How to Plan a Scottish Wedding

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A Scottish wedding requires researching traditions from different parts of Scotland, wearing a kilt or Western attire and incorporating Scottish music and dancing. Check your Scottish family history before planning a Scottish wedding with advice from a wedding and event coordinator in this free video on wedding planning.

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Interested in planning your Scottish wedding? I'm Rachelle Saenz here to give you a tip on how. When it comes time to planning it really depends on which part of the clan you're from. Different areas from Scotland will also help to choose what type of right you'll be able to have during your ceremony and your reception. So do your research before hand. Make sure you keep within all of tradition. When it comes to the ceremony depending upon whose actually part of the Scottish tradition they can either wear a kilt or they can go with western attire. For the ladies, a traditional sash made of the family plaid can be used as well. But again check with traditions so that you know before hand. During that time music can be a big part of your ceremony. Be it the bagpipe for the entrance or even for the exit. That's something that is definitely tradition when it comes to your Scottish wedding. How bout the reception? You might be interested in one of the jigs that they do it involves swords and is similar to an Irish jig dance. It can be preformed anytime during your Scottish reception. If you're interested in knowing more, take a look online. First check in what is your clan? Then look more into your family heritage. From there you can come up with more tips and more customs to incorporate. Remember it's important from what area you come from to perform the rights of your Scottish ceremony. I'm Rachelle Saenz of Rachelle Marie's Events by design, giving you a tip on how to plan your Scottish wedding.

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