Styled shoot: all things bright and beautiful in a Victorian glasshouse at Culzean Castle

Fun and pretty wedding inspiration in the form of colourful flowers, cheery bursts of yellow and Scottish-designed bridal gowns in the Camellia House at the historic Ayrshire venue

Bride sitting down holding a multi-coloured bouquet of flowers in the Camellia House at Culzean Castle

July in Scotland: a month that promises summer sunshine, but doesn’t always deliver! Thankfully, there are myriad other ways to add brightness at a wedding, as this beautiful styled photoshoot at Culzean Castle in Ayrshire proves.

“The shoot was an amalgamation of ideas between myself and the amazing Mel at Briar Rose Design,” explains Sarah Craig, the name behind the camera at wedding photographer Fotomaki Photography. “Mel yelled, “yellow!” and I said, “heck yeah,” so we incorporated lots of colour, fun and sunny accents, including yellow shoes.”

Florist Mel created a stunning rainbow-coloured floral installation and bouquet in the Camellia House, the Victorian glasshouse in the grounds of the National Trust for Scotland castle that the shoot team had access to for the day of the photoshoot. “It was a bona fide photographer’s wonderland,” says Sarah.

Flossy and Dossy loaned us a selection of gorgeous dresses to play about in and – oh my goodness – I loved them all!” beams Sarah. “Big thanks to Susan Dick Jewellery for bedazzling our lovely model Eden in sparkly amazingness too.”

Scroll on and fill your screen with all the colourful wedding inspiration you’ll need.

Venue Camellia House at Culzean Castle
Photography Fotomaki Photography
Model Eden Campbell
Dresses Flossy and Dossy
Jewellery + headpieces Susan Dick Jewellery
Hair and makeup  Jenna Clayton
Flowers Briar Rose Design
Stationery Two Tabbies
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