CONGRATULATIONS to the new Mr and Mrs Murray. [...].
Byline: Melanie Harvey CONGRATULATIONS Mrs Murray. Andy and Kim as husband and wife couple they make. So what exactly wedding of the year? First off, Andy has His pre-ceremony of pints of beer, - shone a light on normally uptight, sportsman we are Second, Kim wasn't Tradition dictates place in the hometown graciously opted for Day to remember. I suppose it helps hotel up the road, that she has a big Or possibly she mother-in-law. Whatever the an easy-going, laid-Finally, we realised the Scottish weather. After days temperatures, the and the arrival. out as protect billowing But it down. old-And outfits, mother on? Tut I loved by Scottish Chambers I also glitz, the flowers. It But what the big smiles they emerged and wife. I'm not sure much about He's too busy winner at tennis. But if he and his lovely end of Fifi 30, com
CONGRATULATIONS to the new Mr and Mrs Murray.
Andy and Kim woke up yesterday morning as husband and wife - and what a lovely couple they make.
So what exactly did we learn from the wedding of the year? First off, Andy has a sense of humour. His pre-ceremony tweet - featuring emojis of pints of beer, glasses of wine and love hearts - shone a light on the other side of the normally uptight, teetotal and slightly grumpy sportsman we are used to seeing.
Second, Kim wasn't a Bridezilla. Tradition dictates the ceremony takes place in the hometown of the bride but she graciously opted for Dunblane to give locals a day to remember.
I suppose it helps when you own a luxury hotel up the road, but it was still an indication that she has a big heart.
Or possibly she is terrified of her new mother-in-law.
Whatever the reason, she comes across as an easy-going, laid-back kind of girl.
Finally, we realised you can never rely on the Scottish weather.
After days of sunshine and balmy temperatures, the heavens opened, the hailstones battered, snow fell and the gales blew for the bride's arrival.
Umbrellas were blown inside out as friends attempted to protect Kim's gorgeous hair and billowing veil.
But it didn't seem to get her down. And lifting up her dress a I loved the lack of celebrity glitz, the vintage Rolls and the flowers, but Judy wearing white was a big no-no touch to keep it dry, gave us a glimpse of a pair of fabulous, strappy shoes, thought to be Jimmy Choo.
Personally I wasn't keen on the dress, or the pink frocks the bridesmaids wore.
They were all a little too old-fashioned for me.
And while we are on the outfits, was that a white coat mother of the groom Judy had on? Tut tut.
I loved the Milano Twist hat by Scottish designer William Chambers she sported though.
I also loved the lack of celebrity glitz, the vintage Rolls-Royce and the flowers. It was all very classy.
But what struck me most were the big smiles on the couple's faces as they emerged from church as man and wife.
I'm not sure Andy Murray cares much about his public image.
He's too busy working on being a winner at tennis.
But if he does, his wedding, his smile and his lovely bride will have done it no end of good.
I loved the lack of celebrity glitz, the vintage Rolls and the flowers, but Judy wearing white was a big no-no
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Apr 13, 2015|
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