It’s a Scottish Wedding

On the latest episode of the Imagine Alba Podcast we celebrate Valentine’s Day with a Scottish wedding! From the engagement to the blackening ceremony to the last dance, we share wedding traditions from Scotland and share tips on how to incorporate a wee bit of the Mother Country into your own wedding. And on the Extras page for this episode, you can see photos and learn how you can tie the knot in Scotland.

 

Listen on Itunes, YouTube, Stitcher, Player FM and Tunein or on our website at http://bit.ly/2nYyl4m

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