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Scottish Tartan WeddingsScottish Tartan Weddings: A Practical... Guide. This unique volume is a must-have for brides and grooms-to-be, interweaving Scottish customs and traditions with every step of the wedding process. Appendices include: Clan and Family Reference, Dividing Expenses and Responsibilities, Glossary of Terms, and Scottish Baby Names. Reference and Resources section provides additional guidance for planning the wedding and beyond. Photos and illustrations throughout. Scottish Weddings.

The Scottish Wedding BookThe Scottish Wedding Book Whether you are opting for the full white Wedding or a quick trip to the Blacksmith's shop at Gretna Green, "The Scottish Wedding Book" is for you. Discover the history behind the traditions, while ensuring that your day is carried out with true Scots precision. "The Scottish Wedding Book" offers advice on all aspects of a true Scottish Wedding, from food to photography, and from "the dress" to the Wedding Cake. A valuable aide for the soon-to-be-wed, and an interesting read for those simply interested in one of Scotland's liveliest and most famous traditions.

Getting Married in ScotlandGetting Married in Scotland (Scotland's... An enlightening and entertaining look at the customs and issues surrounding getting married in Scotland, from the Reformation to the modern day. Chapters on the changing religious and legal bases of marriage contracts are off-set by fascinating anecdotage on individual splicing. Recall how Margaret Tudor met and married James IV, act silent witness at Gretna Green and Hugh Grant your way through the Big Day itself! Much to enjoy for both patron and critic of this most enduring of life events. Scottish Weddings.

Scotland's Gift to LoversGretna Green: Scotland's Gift to Lovers Olga Sinclair recounts 250 years of runaway marriages to Gretna Green. The stories of eloping lovers come from all walks of life and from all parts of Britain, Europe, and indeed the world. Archive material and true anecdotes are used to explain how Gretna Green became a defiant symbol for young lovers. In 1782 Sarah Ann Child, the immensely wealthly heiress of Child's Bank, eloped with John Fane, Earl of Westmorland; her furious parents close behind. Edward Gibbon Wakefield abducted 15-year-old Ellen Turner and huntsman John Peel married his "bonny Mary White". Chancellors, MPs, princes, aristocrats, the famous and the not-so-famous travelled to Gretna Green to plight their troth and defy convention and authority. Scottish Weddings.

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