Our vision is for Comrie Croft to become a model for rural regeneration with a rich natural environment that includes people, homes, recreation and businesses as an integral part. Specifically we are pursuing ‘permaculture-crofting’: conservation, low impact housing, sustainable enterprises, recreation, eco-tourism and other productive land uses wrapped up in a plan and land use design that ensures they are complimentary to each other.

How do weddings fit into this I hear you say, well here are a few of our personal tips to help you have an eco friendly wedding here at Comrie Croft.

 

 Claire Juliet Paton Photography

We are especially lucky to have florists who grow their flowers here on site! Cristy and Judith at Tomnaha we love you! Their flowers smell so good, are all seasonal and grown naturally. You can buy their flowers and do it yourself or they can do it all for you, plenty options. 

 

Ruth Segaud Photography

 Neil Thomas Douglas Photography

They also grow vegetables and fruit, which leads us onto say that whichever caterers you use, can source vegetables for your wedding meal directly from here, grown from this very soil.

 

Ruth Segaud Photography

 Ruth Segaud Photography

Rather than a menu being printed out per person, put it on a board. Saves you the cost of printing and saves the paper. Hiring something to write your table plan on is a lovely added bit of decor too! These sorts of lovely boards can be hired form Virginia's Vintage Hire

 

 Ruth Segaud Photography

Make your own wedding favours and use them as place names too, you could make biscuits or keyrings..... One of our brides did all of these by hand by using a Pyrography Pen.  

 Hiring your crockery, cutlery and glasses really helps to minimise waste, some places llike Majestic even do glasshire for free.  

 Ruth Segaud Photography

Have sharing boards, it helps avoid waste as people can help themselves to as much or as little as they like. It is also a lovely thing, passing and sharing gives a real family and friends over for dinner feel. Beetroot and Chocolate are great supporters of the sharing board style and are based at Cultybraggan just down the road........

 

Claire Juliet Paton Photography

 Ruth Segaud Photography

Candles are a great addition to your wedding, instantly add warmth and atmosphere and give off a lovely glow, without having to use any electricity. 

   Neil Thomas Douglas Photography

Neil Thomas Douglas Photography 

Acoustic music is a lovely addition for your wedding ceremony and drinks reception, doesn't use any power either which is an added bonus. One of our favourites are The Dotted Crotchets.

 

 Ruth Segaud Photography

Hire your decoraitons from people like the Little White Cow, or share, buy and sell decorations with other couples through our Comrie Croft Couples facebook group.  

Neil Thomas Douglas Photography

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