Wedding of Natalie & Grant – Edinburgh Castle – 9 November 2013 (Part 2)

Wedding of Natalie Frankish & Grant McPherson in the Queen Anne room at Edinburgh Castle on 9th November 2013 – (Part 2).

Part 1 of this blog can be viewed from this link – Natalie & Grant

Natalie & Grant’s wedding photographer Claire Tennant Photography has very kindly let us have copies of the wedding photographs so a great big thank you to Claire. We just had to share these beautiful images of their ceremony in St Giles Cathedral and the wedding reception held in the Queen Anne room at Edinburgh Castle.

All images supplied by Claire Tennant Photography


Bridal Flowers: Natalie held a natural, wild trail of seasonal flowers including  white wax flower, white snowberry, mistletoe, grey eucolyptus, green ranunculus and shades of blue seasonal flowers. Natalie’s four bridesmaids held similar but small versions to compliment.

Table centrepieces: tall flute vases with a full top of seasonal flowers in shades of blue, grey, green and white willow with lots of hanging tealights, moss and pine cones.

Top table: was decorated with white willow, pine cones, snowberry, little pots of flowers and hanging tealights.



It’s 8.29am in the morning following what was possibly the best night ever so this is just a very short message. Thank you so much for everything yesterday- my flowers were truly gorgeous and just how I imagined them. And the arrangements…..well they took my breath away. Not only were Grant and I delighted with the way you captured everything we were looking for in your fabulous creations,but our guests and even the staff at the Castle commented all night on how wonderful the room looked and how magical everything was. We truly cannot thank you enough.

I will of course send pictures and a proper thank you when the champagne headache has worn off, but I just had to send you a quick thank you now – you, your team and your beautiful arrangements made our special day truly spectacular.

Natalie& Grant ( The McPhersons ) xxx

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