Amelia and Sam Law tied the knot in Tain at St Andrews Church in May this year. They had a small church service followed by a reception in the family garden. North of Scotland’s Marquees provided the marquee for their wedding day, the lovely couple thought North of Scotland’s Marquees provided an excellent service. Highland Hog Roasts were the couples chosen caterer who delivered the best meal for the couples special day.
Amelia and Sam Law got married in May 2021.
Amelia wore Stella York 6758 royal inspired wedding dress. This timeless wedding dress is made of matte Mikado fabric, the ballgown silhouette features a modern empire waist and open, square back. A small pleat in the skirt allows the ballgown skirt to keep its shape beautifully. Fabric-covered buttons run down the length of the train and pockets have been added for one final modern touch. To accessorise the wedding dress Amelia chose a Joyce Jackson custom-made ivory veil in Italian tulle with a ribbon edge.
Amelia loved that “her dress was simply elegant and very comfortable to wear for the entire day. The neckline and back were beautiful and the train and pockets were a dream too. I liked the royal wedding feel the dress had and it made me feel amazing!! I’m sure you will all agree it was the perfect dress choice.
Hannah Wilkie was Amelia’s makeup artist for the day and Suzanne McMahon was her hair stylist completing the most elegant look.
Bothy Blooms, Inverness were the couples chosen florist. The colours were amazing and coordinate so well with Sam’s kilt and the bridesmaids colour.
The photographs were captured by Catriona Parmenter Photography who did an amazing job with these breathtaking pictures.