Scottish Wedding Directory is the only magazine you need to plan your dream wedding in Scotland. Packed full of expert advice, real weddings, the latest bridal trends, inspiration and unique ideas, each glossy issue is designed to make every step of your wedding planning journey easy – and fun! Each magazine also comes with a complimentary copy of Scottish Wedding Venues magazine, the only publication in Scotland dedicated to showcasing the incredible venues our country has to offer. Plus, every issue has an at-a-glance guide to Scotland’s best wedding suppliers, from fantastic Scottish wedding photographers and talented florists to the most in-demand wedding bands and make-up artists.
HONEYMOONS AFTER THE DAY Santorini #honeymoongoals O.M.G. Our jaws collectively dropped when we saw the first images of the new Park Hyatt set to open this November in St Kitts. The Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour is the Caribbean island’s very first luxury beach resort and is located on Banana Bay at the foot of lush rolling hills. As well as boasting three signature restaurants, a destination spa and wellness centre, the hotel has some pretty indulgent rooms including premium suites with their own private rooftop pools. And unlike many Caribbean islands, you won’t be confined to the resort – tourists are encouraged to explore the natural beauty of St. Kitts. The Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour Lake Matheson, New Zealand HONEYMOON news We loved seeing Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black’s adorbs honeymoon snaps on Instagram. The couple honeymooned in Barcelona and stayed in the super-swish five-star PGA Catalunya Resort. On trend Pinterest has revealed its mostpinned honeymoon destinations in its annual Wedding Report. Apparently adventurous couples most want to visit New Zealand, while romantic ‘mooners have their heart set on Santorini. Searches for minimoons increased this year too! THE AVERAGE UK COUPLE SPENDS £3,630 * ON THEIR HONEYMOON CELEB SPOT INSTAGRAM / @TOMDALEY1994 *ACCORDING TO A SURVEY BY HITCHED.CO.UK 3 OF THE FUNNIEST HONEYMOON READS Because let’s face it, sunbathing is boring af Chris McQueer’s Hings (£8.99) is a pantwettingly hilarious collection of short stories. A must-read if you’re Scottish and have a sense of humour. Adam Kay is a doctor-turned-comedian, and This is Going to Hurt (£16.99) is a diary of his time working for the NHS. Heartbreaking and laugh-out-loud funny in equal measure. If you didn’t take a Sophie Kinsella, did you even go on holiday? My Not So Perfect Life (£7.99) is written as always with humour and spark – you’ll read it in one go. SCOTTISHWEDDINGDIRECTORY.CO.UK 281
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