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Planning Breathtaking Weddings In The Wild Heart Of Scotland
My happy place
I used to think that I was a city girl – I adored the buzz and the brightness of London, the bustle of people and the feel of there always being something to do and someone to see. But since moving to our little village nestled in the forest at the centre of the Cairngorms National Park, I’ve fallen totally and completely in love.
There’s space to breathe up here, to find adventure if you crave it, and serenity if you don’t. I invite you to step away from the connected world of phones and laptops and fast-paced frenzy, and instead to connect with yourselves and your loved ones in what I believe is some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.
The Cairngorms have become my stomping ground, and I can’t wait to share them with you. With a background in marketing, media and events planning, I’ll be your woman on the ground up here.
It’s my job to liaise with suppliers, scout the perfect venue and use my flair for organisation and detail to keep everything on track and running smoothly in the run up to your big day.
Together we can also plan a range of excursions and activities – from wildlife watching to adrenaline filled adventures to pampering and fine food – to turn your wedding into an unforgettable Scottish holiday getaway. My involvement and expertise allows you to relax and enjoy your engagement, knowing that everything is in safe hands, and the spectacular Scottish Highlands are waiting to welcome you and your loved ones for a once-in-a-lifetime celebration.
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If you’ve got a hankering for an escape from the ordinary, and want to start planning a wedding with nature’s wow-factor, then I want to hear from you.
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