Shout out to the groom's ring in this shot—it deserves just as much love!
The bride and her 'maids have opted for a classic, elegant hair & makeup look: the bride's French twist-style updo, accented with jewels, and pearl and diamond earrings add a sparkly touch.
The groom is looking dapper himself in a traditional Scottish kilt and Prince Charlie jacket (they call it the "Scottish Tuxedo" for a reason!).
The ivy- and grapevine-covered gazebo looks like it's been plucked from a storybook—the perfect setting for this fairy tale wedding.
Handfasting is a Scotch and Celtic tradition that has really made a comeback in the last few years—we love the visual representation of two individual ropes binding together to make a strong "knot" of marriage.
The romance of a vineyard at golden hour simply can't be understated.
Peep the subtle differentiations between the maid of honor and bridesmaids and best man and groomsmen—her dress is slightly darker than theirs, as is his bow tie and pocket square.
Who says an open-sided pavilion can't be formal? Accented with gorgeous draping, a sparkling chandelier, and twinkle lights, and surrounded by the lush gardens, Oak Valley's gives an indoor ballroom a run for its money.
Even the favors have a Scottish touch, with a tartan bow and a luckenbooth–style silver trinket.
These two look like they belong in a hilltop palace in Edinburgh.
Wedding Ceremony and Reception Venue:Oak Valley Vineyards Wedding Photographer: Century Tree Co Wedding Cake: Betty Jane’s Bakeshoppe Bridal Makeup and Hair: Madame Makeup
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