British traditional wedding venues

Having fans available for the guests is a nice gesture for any summer wedding whether in the Uk or abroad
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Liz and Jamie’s DIY Festival Wedding, with Tipi’s, a Silent Disco and Lots of fun. By Lifeline Photography

Liz and Jamie’s DIY Festival Wedding, with Tipi’s, a Silent Disco and Lots of fun. By Lifeline Photography

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A "scramble" in Gemmel Street, Bridgeton, 1955. Scrambles were a tradition at weddings in many parts of Scotland, when neighbours turned out to see the bridal party leave the street on its way to the church. Coins were thrown from the wedding car (usually by the father of the bride) as it drove off and children scrambled to pick up as many as they could.

A "scramble" in Gemmel Street, Bridgeton, 1955. Scrambles were a tradition at weddings in many parts of Scotland, when neighbours turned out to see the bridal party leave the street on its way to the church. Coins were thrown from the wedding car (usually by the father of the bride) as it drove off and children scrambled to pick up as many as they could.

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