So, about a year back, I got this crazy idea brewing in my head—I wanted to put together my first styled shoot since landing in Scotland. And let me tell you, if there’s one thing you should know about me, it’s that I’m all about that “go big or go home” vibe.

Fast forward to last week, and I found myself surrounded by a bunch of amazing vendors, all ready to rock and roll. I mean, seriously, these guys totally got what I was going for. My main goal? Vogue. Yeah, I know, aiming high! But hey, dream big, right? Overall, I was aiming for this Vogue-meets-highland-country-house vibe, and I gotta say, we totally nailed it.

From killer floral arrangements to some seriously stunning gowns, every detail was on point. And let me tell you, the shoot was a sight to behold. We managed to capture this perfect blend of high-end style and rustic charm. It was like something straight out of a fashion mag.

Looking back, I couldn’t be prouder of what we pulled off. Collaborating with such an awesome bunch of people and bringing our vision to life—it was pretty special. And who knows, maybe one day you’ll catch us flicking through the pages of Vogue. But for now, we’ll just keep on dreaming, creating, and loving every minute of the ride.

Couple lounging on sofa in wedding attire and browsing through vogue magazine. Wearing heart sunglasses

List of vendors:

Main Photographer and organiser: Me, myself, and I

Venues: Knipoch House Hotel & Dunollie Castle

Kilt Provider: Connelbay Highlandwear

Dress rental: PS Bridal

Models: The Madeley’s

Second shooter: RJA Studios

Content Creator & Videographer: Breaking Scotland

Makeup and Hair Stylist: Olga

Florist: Petals of Oban

Stationary: Erae Crafts

Bakery: Rowan Bakery

Headpieces: Scarlet & Wolfe

Wedding Planner Organiser: The Wedding Guru

Piper: Jamie MacGregor

Workshops & Styled Shoots

Scottish Highlands meet Vogue: A Styled Shoot

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