English meets Scottish wedding | plus a canal boat and bride in boots!Daniel & Emily

Wow, what a day! Everything about it was totally them, from the bad ass crown and rose embroidered Dr Martin boots to the tradition elements of a Scottish wedding incorporating the family tartan and Daniel’s Dad playing the bag pipes – a newly learnt skill for him. ⠀

Daniel and Emily said ‘We do’ at the beautiful and historic church, St Margaret’s in Uxbridge, London. Dating back to 1245 this church also had a history in the family with Emily’s parents having worked there. The newly married couple traveled in style to their reception on the family canal boat, passing through locks and sipping champagne, the bride was sure to take her turn at the stern.

The newly married couple celebrated their reception at the gorgeous grounds of Buckinghamshire golf club. Home to Denham Court Mansion, lush green lawns, a listed walled garden and weeping willow trees, the wedding photography opportunities are endless, especially whizzing around on a golf buggy!

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, Daniel and Emily are one cool couple. They managed to blend the traditions of a Scottish wedding with their own punk rock style. With Pimms, garden games on the lawn and a wedding meal of pie and chips (love!), there was a good dose of a traditional English wedding too. The bride’s mum even hand crocheted the bridal bouquets – check them out! 

A huge congratulations again to Mr and Mrs Carnegie!

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Venue: Buckinghamshire Golf Club
Dress: Windsor & Eton Brides
Kilt: MacGregor and MacDuff
Shoes: Dr. Martens, Irregular Choice
Cake: Calleys cakes

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