We're going to Scotland for any cozy winter celebration in a spectacular castle steeped ever, for any glasshouse ceremony along with a bracing (but fun) seaside stroll. Meet Chelsea, the master of an executive search firm within the insurance and legal industry, and Brendan, who's a Product Manager for any trucking manufacturing company. They were married around 12 December 2018 at Ayrshire.

"We moved in together after six months of dating because Brendan was relocated from Florida to California for work, and that he asked if I would opt for him. Two years later, while vacationing in Aspen, CO., Brendan inquired about spending the remainder of my life with him. We were engaged for just 4 months before our big day."

I love the contrast between your structured, fitted, translucent lace corset and every one of those frothy layers of tulle around the skirt.

"It was the very first mermaid wedding dress I tried on. I felt just like a princess. I knew whether or not the dress is in another color, it might only be worn on a big day."

Brendan wore a super-smart three-piece suit in blue, having a contrasting grey waistcoat, beautifully crafted shoes, along with a watch.

Chelsea was accompanied on the aisle by her dad, and the glasshouse looked fantastic and adorned with pretty pink floral arrangements, with petals scattered over the ground. Click

"Brendan's favorite area of the day was watching me walk on the aisle. Mine was seeing him standing underneath the Chuppah."

The newlyweds were piped to that incredible vintage MG for any spin, before a trip towards the coast as well as an intimate stroll to consider it all in.

There to capture all those memorable moments and lovely details was photographer Emma, whose work we’re featuring for the very first time here on our pages.

"Emma may be the best photographer ever! She is also lovely and kind, along with a total rock star. Our pictures are incredible plus they mean everything to us."

Chelsea and Brendan gave necklaces as favors, and together using their family, enjoyed a celebratory dinner together in the team at Glenapp Castle.

"Glenapp advertises themselves as 'The best food in Scotland', and meals are a big deal for Brendan and me!"

Words of Wedded Wisdom

"Overseas weddings/destination weddings are difficult to work, and also you plan a variety of it blind, but don't start so seriously. It will all work out in the end."

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