A Glasshouse Hotel Wedding in Edinburgh

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Kelsey, a wildlife biologist to has an environmental consulting company, and Bernardo, who works being an engineer within the oil and gas industry, celebrated their marriage with friends and family in, Edinburgh on 30 June 2018.

Their legal marriage happened on 1 April 2018 in Houston (where they now live) and also the couple returned to Scotland, where they first met, for a relaxed, symbolic ceremony in The Glasshouse's gardens.

The summer's day was set against a bright and joyful color pattern with lots of wildflowers and bird motifs, all inspired by Kelsey's embroidered gown. The concept of 'home' seemed to be a theme that wove with the day.

Kelsey and Bernardo first met in Scotland however live in Houston, Texas. So, how did this Scots girl and Brazilian guy arrive at the meeting? Kelsey shared their story, which they also published on the wedding website. The couple was engaged for two main weeks before their legal American ceremony, celebrating in Scotland two months later.

"July 6, 2013: On an uncommonly warm evening in Northeast Scotland, Kelsey was out celebrating her 24th birthday together with her sister, and Bernardo was experiencing the 'dazzling' Aberdeen nightlife during his work rotation. Neither of these had a clue this night will be the start of something life-changing. Kelsey got her birthday kiss and also the rest was history."

"Now Bernardo is accustomed to joking about proposing within the past, so Kelsey didn't initially believe him! But she eventually said yes plus they went to possess celebratory drinks/ dinner at their favorite restaurant… there are no work drink plans with Bernardo's friends."

"April 1, 2017: A whole fourteen days later they officially tied the knot inside a Houston courthouse (on April Fool's day no less!). Only Bernardo's parents and Kelsey's mother could be present at the time, plus they knew they were still required to plan a large celebration for everybody."

Kelsey wore her signature scent – – and handle her look having a pair of drop earrings. Keeping her hair loose and flowing makes her look so dreamily boho; I really, love this style.

The bride asked the 4 bridesmaids to select their blue bridesmaid dresses, having a loose theme of blue or neutral tones and sparkles or beading when they wanted. The girls accessorized using their jewelry but matching flower crowns tied their looks together.

"We wrote our very own vows. We were so rushed to get to Scotland that people ended up writing our vows the nighttime before the wedding. It was kinda nice to consider a breath and concentrate on what we desired to say. Kelsey's other brother and sister each were built with a little speech throughout the ceremony they wrote themselves. Two of Bernardo's close friends and his cousin also had speeches they wrote themselves."

Bernardo chose his pale grey suit and having a nod towards the bride's Scottish roots, added a Baird tartan tie. Finally, a dainty boutonniere was provided along with a spritz, and he was ready.

Photographer was available to capture the bride-to-be and groom's preparations and rest during the day's celebrations. Her reportage style enables us these super-intimate moments and her bright, breezy style lets the intense colors shine.

"She was amazing. We gave her pretty vague instructions – just that people didn't want any formal 'posed' pictures, we simply wanted someone there to capture all of the moments naturally."

"And she did exactly that. She was everywhere at the same time, but never within the way, capturing all of the perfect candid moments. She understood our style and she or he was a complete pleasure to possess as a part of our special day."

Words of Wedded Wisdom

"Don't get consumed with stress at family. They only wish to help (even when it's misplaced)! I found that giving members of the family small accomplishable tasks, having a narrow focus, really helps get stuff done helping include family into the planning."

Article produced at: https://www.feel times.com/