They wanted to do something different using a biplane of 80 years, a bohemian and romantic wedding based on the theme of travels and deep love.
What we loved ? The stationary ! Surprising and chic, Boheme Papeterie created an amazing stationary theme.
31st of July 1937
“My Dearest Parents,
It’s been already 3 weeks we have been left Edinburgh for some far away lands, and when I close my eyes, I can still see our sweet wedding day in our beautiful country. How could I forget the moment we went out Ste Mary, in the rain. It seems so far and so close at the same time.
The weather is quite warm here, and this continental climate is hard to bear for me. Fortunately we are pretty much in the air all the time, with my beloved husband’s plane « The stearman » (name of the plane). I love it!
During a stopover we went to visit Elsa and Iliana. They prepared us a traditional symbolic ceremony; they use to do in the countries we are going through, in Southern Europe!
To be officially declared “Husband and Wife” we had to say 3 times “ I love you” to each other, that way we’ll be for ever in love, according to these traditions.
Today we are leaving my lovely cousins, Elsa and Iliana, to their everyday life and we are back to ours, far from our Scottish routine.
I hope this letter will find you well.
Lots of love,
Your Beloved Becca”
Dress Stylist: Louise Valentine // Wedding Planning: Laura Dova Weddings // Photography: Lily Renee // Stationary: Boheme Papeterie // Florist: Stéphanie Desclouds // Make up and Hair style: Juan-Manuel Domingos // Plastics technicians : Adeline Fonknechten // Bride’s shoes: Jimmy Choo // Bride: Rebecca Reekie // Groom: Jamie Breck-Paterosn // Bridesmaids: Elsa Lukasic et Iliana Bergonzi