10 Nov 2017

Make your Hen Do a Pool Party!

Pool parties are a great idea for Hen parties, which makes Alexander House the ideal venue!

Stay with us for the weekend and you have full use of our heated pool. Should the weather decide to be unkind you can still have plenty of fun under the retractable glass cover.

Hen Party Ideas | Pool Party | Inflatables

Float to your hearts content…

Don’t forget to plan your party theme and prepare ahead. We find that inflatables are a must for any discerning Hen pool party and ladies who love to lounge and float around with a cocktail in one hand. A trawl of the Internet is bound to throw up fun floats to suit your theme – from pineapples and donuts to swans and unicorns.

No party is complete without some tunes!

Put together a great playlist of girlie favourites – maybe ask each guest to choose songs that have relevance to her relationship with the Hen, you’ll end up with a fabulous and eclectic mix of music. Props for photo opportunities are also a good idea – now is not the time to wear your Prada sunglasses, go crazy with fun glasses and top off with flower crowns for everyone. You’ll be in and out of the pool, so personalised robes are a really nice touch. Tie them into your theme by choosing an appropriate colour or get personalised ones with your names or pool party ‘persona’?!

Planning to give everyone a keepsake from the Hen do? Forget paper bags, send them off with a child’s beach bucket full of goodies.:-)

Need ideas for your pool party theme?

How about one of these:

Go Moroccan
A great idea if your Hen loves to travel and makes for a very stylish look. Jazz up the pool area with rugs and scatter cushions and have metal lanterns ready for nightfall.

White Out
The celebs love white parties, so how can you possibly go wrong! Make all of your accessories white, get the girls to dress in white – it’ll be très sophistiqué!

Hot like Hawaii
Dress up in grass skirts and leis, put flowers in your hair, inflatable palm trees around the poolside and plan some cool cocktails.

Beach Club
Put up the sun umbrellas, fire up the barbie, fill the pool with beach balls, make sure you have the Beach Boys playing on a loop.

Bond Girls
Dress as glam as you can for in the pool and on the terrace, serve Martinis – shaken not stirred!

Why not check out our Hen Pool Party Pinterest Board for some accessories and theming ideas!

Ready to book your Hen pool party at Alexander House? Check out our availability or for more details give us a call on 01764 680205.

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27 Oct 2017
Campfire Cooking Pudding Recipes - Chocolate Orange Brownies

Food and Fire: Campfire Pudding Recipes – Chocolate Orange Brownies

These are delicious!

I am a firm believer that you can cook almost anything on a campfire and I will challenge anyone that says you can’t! And you can’t beat puddings done on a campfire and this one would be perfect for Bonfire Night too! 🙂

Campfire Cooking Pudding Recipes - Chocolate Orange Brownies

MAKES 6 CHOCOLATE BROWNIES

INGREDIENTS

180g Self Raising Flour
135g Muscavado sugar
135g Hot Chocolate Drink Mix (I use Sainsbury’s Basics Hot Chocolate drink)
3 small pinches of sea salt
45ml sunflower oil
A handful of chocolate drops
45ml orange juice
3 eggs
6 large oranges
Squirty Cream to decorate

Campfire Cooking Pudding Recipes - Chocolate Orange Brownies

METHOD

  1. Carefully scoop out all the orange from your oranges, taking out 45ml of juice but making sure that you eat the rest of the orange pulp (its yummy).
  2. Put the juice in your bowl.
  3. Set aside your scooped out oranges and their lids (you will need these to cook with).
  4. Mix all your ingredients together in a bowl.
  5. Stir in a handful of chocolate drops.
  6. Take your oranges and 2/3 fill with the mixture (it will rise) and put the tops back on.
  7. Wrap your oranges in foil, making sure that you keep them upright at all times! (otherwise the mixture will fall out!) It helps to put your own style of twist with the foil at the top so that you know whose oranges are whose.
  8. Put your wrapped oranges in the embers of the fire, not the flames, so that the cake slowly cooks,for about 25-30 minutes. Carefully peak inside – you should see cake mix peeping out of the lid.
  9. Take out of the fire, and leave to cool for 15 mins (it finishes up the cooking time).

EAT with a dash of Squirty Cream… ENJOY!

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12 Oct 2017
Wedding Wooden Bench Hire | Festival Wedding Venue Perthshire

Relaxed Wedding Styling for Festival Yurt, Tipi and Outdoor Weddings

Are you fed up with the coloured bows and chair covers? Are you looking for a more rustic relaxed wedding experience?

Choosing Wedding Furniture

If so where better to start than some unique rustic furniture. Wooden tables, benches and chairs provide the perfect backdrop and are a great way of bringing your guests together and encouraging them to mingle.

When set up in rows they are also space saving and this set up enables all guests to have a great view of the happy couple if the top table is set across the top of the rows.

If concerned about elderly guests sitting on benches perhaps go for a mix of chairs and benches.

For more comfort on your benches: bench pads, sheepskins, or blankets offer a great festival feel.

Wedding Wooden Bench Hire | Festival Wedding Venue Perthshire

Dressing Tables

This may seem daunting but its so simple to achieve beautiful table dressing without the need of a florist.

If you wish a larger area in the centre of your tables to dress or display food platters its a good idea to double up on the tables.

If doubling up tables – a runner of hessian, linen or coffee sacks provide a great base to your dressing whilst covering the join giving the appearance of one solid table.

Moss and greenery also provide a great camouflage centrepiece. Lace doilies, tilly lamps, antlers and candles also compliment wooden tables.

Wedding Wooden Bench Hire | Festival Wedding Venue Perthshire

Flower Styling

Trawl Pinterest for unique and simple flower styling ideas. Arrange your flowers, twigs, cones, herbs, plants or dried flowers in jam jars, glass vases, clay pots, tins, old bottles, milk bottles, metal goblets, teapots, or urns. The list is endless!

Use oasis in your containers if looking for structure i.e. with tall stems. Small logs can be used as stands for your containers to
give a variety of height.

Bear in mind when styling to keep arrangements out of eye level, either below or above so your guests can still chat freely.

Single long stems are great for this, they give height without obstruction.

Finish off with rustic handmade favours for that personal touch. Great ideas teamed with hessian ribbon, raffia, brown package labels, fruit, home made produce, plants, or vintage pegs. 🙂

Thanks for these wedding styling tips from our friends at www.woodenbenchhirecompany.co.uk who supply wedding tables, benches, chairs, tableware, props and vintage accessories to style your event. They have depots in Essex, Taunton, Sheffield and now Glasgow (All stock tables and benches).

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18 Aug 2017
Wedding Music Ideas | Photo and Karaoke Booth | Photo Pop

Photo Pop is here to make your wedding, hen or stag do go with a Pop!

Let’s face it your guests will want to have a fun time at your wedding and music or entertainment is a vital ingredient at most weddings these days.

Whether you want a music themed wedding or you just love Karaoke – our friends at mobile photo and karaoke booth Photo Pop can give you what you need.

Wedding Music Ideas | Photo and Karaoke Booth | Photo Pop

How about selecting your top tunes that your guest can sing on your very own Wedding Playlist. We can theme your props to match your playlist – so whether it’s an Elvis collar, Tina Turner wig, Elton John’s glasses, Abbas long flowing hair or even Axl Rose bandana – we can match the props accordingly.

Wedding Music Ideas | Photo and Karaoke Booth | Photo PopWedding Music Ideas | Photo and Karaoke Booth | Photo Pop

What about using POP to keep your guests amused while you get your photos taken, the POP team can entertain the crowd while you ‘Pop a Pose’. They can get them to create your very special guest book with their pictures that print out from the photo booth, they can stick them in at the magnificent sticking station and add their own personal message to you both, the best bit is they get a copy too. The POP team can send your guests their pictures too via email or Facebook straight away.

Wedding Music Ideas | Photo and Karaoke Booth | Photo Pop

The POP team love a challenge!

If you give them a theme and challenge them to come up with the props to match. The Prop Box Challenge! Go on set them a challenge for your wedding.

POP love to get involved and so will your guests. Snap It! Sing It! Share It!

Wedding Music Ideas | Photo and Karaoke Booth | Photo Pop

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04 Aug 2017
Image credit: www.freshoffthegrid.com

Food and Fire: Campfire Recipes – Pan Pizza

You can just about cook anything on a campfire and one of our AH favourites is the Pan Pizza! 🙂

There are a few essential items that you do need to be able to cook with fire well, and a few that are ‘nice to haves’. So I thought we would start with the absolute basic must have and work our way through some recipes to use the essential campfire kit…

The solid steel frying pan.  Is an absolute outdoor fire cooking essential. Double handled pots are handy too but a fry pan is an essential in my book. You can buy one at Greenman Bushcraft.

Pan Pizza

Yummy, crunchy bottom to this pizza if you get it right, burnt to a crisp if you get it wrong 🙂

Make sure that your fire is cooling when you cook this and the top cheese will be molten, not that golden brown, but its just as delicious!

Image credit: www.freshoffthegrid.com

Pizza Ingredients

Toppings of your choice… we recommend that you use fresh mozzarella balls, fresh basil and tomato sauce, with a sprinkling of Cheddar or Red Leicester cheese.  And for those blue cheese fiends then gorgonzola is amazing on this pizza, as it melts into the crust!

This is also a great pudding pizza – add some fresh berries mixed with mascarpone and heat through, until the berries are warm and the mascarpone has melted a bit into the dough crust. Or mix figs with syrup with mascarpone and, again this is a simply marvelous pudding pizza

Pizza dough Ingredients

500g white bread flour (preferably 00 flour, but strong white break flour is OK too)
100g semolina flour (finely ground)
1/2 teaspoon salt
1x 7g yeast sachet
½ teaspoon golden caster sugar
3 tablespoons of olive oil (and a little extra for cooking the pizza in the skillet/frying pan with)

Method

  1. Sieve the flour/s and salt on to a clean work surface and make a well in the middle.
  2. In a jug, mix the yeast, sugar and oil into 650ml of lukewarm water and leave for a few minutes, then pour into the well.
  3. Using a fork, bring the flour in gradually from the sides and swirl it into the liquid. Keep mixing, drawing larger amounts of flour in, and when it all starts to come together, work the rest of the flour in with your clean, flour-dusted hands. Knead until you have a smooth, springy dough.
  4. Place the ball of dough in a large flour-dusted bowl and flour the top of it. Cover the bowl with a damp cloth and place in a warm room for about an hour until the dough has doubled in size.
  5. Now remove the dough to a flour-dusted surface and knead it around a bit to push the air out with your hands – this is called knocking back the dough. You can either use it immediately, or keep it, wrapped in clingfilm, in the fridge (or freezer) until required.
  6. If using straight away, divide the dough up into as many little balls as you want to make pizzas – this amount of dough is enough to make about four medium pizzas, or if you have a big skillet/frying pan, about two.
  7. Timing-wise, it’s a good idea to roll the pizzas out about 15 to 20 minutes before you want to cook them. Don’t roll them out and leave them hanging around for a few hours, though – if you are working in advance like this it’s better to leave your dough, covered with clingfilm, in the fridge. However, if you want to get them rolled out so there’s one less thing to do when your guests arrive, simply roll the dough out into rough circles, about 0.5cm thick, and place them on slightly larger pieces of olive-oil-rubbed and flour-dusted tin foil. You can then stack the pizzas, cover them with clingfilm, and pop them into the fridge.
  8. Once you’ve got your pizza dough sorted, then heat up the skillet/frying pan with some olive oil in it, over a cooling fire.
  9. Cook one side of the pizza until it is golden brown, and crisp – keep checking!  You really need to keep an eye on this, as there are usually hot spots in the fire that overcook certain bits, so keep moving the pan around so that it cooks evening.
  10. Turnover and repeat.

Add your toppings and then cover with tin foil to cook through again (or a pan lid, to make a mini oven) until the cheese on top has melted and your veg or other toppings are as soft as you would like them and cooked through.

For a step by step picture guide to making campfire pizzas go here

We’ll be back with more tasty campfire cooking recipes soon! See our other easy campfire recipes here!

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28 Jul 2017

Food and Fire: Campfire Pudding Recipes – Camp Donuts, Toasted Homemade Marshmallows and Smores

At AH we love our campfire and so do our guests.

There is something magical about cooking outdoors and the food always seems to taste so much better, doesn’t it?! 🙂

Some things need a little bit of prep indoors, but so many amazing and delicious things can be made on an open fire so why wouldn’t you?  Many of us spend summer outdoors BBQ-ing, but this summer why not have an open fire instead? And if you haven’t got anywhere for an open fire, a portable fire pit will do just the trick!

Portable Camp Fire | Campfire Cooking Recipes

Here at AH, we are lucky enough to have a Scout built fire pit, rough and ready and very basic, but just perfect for trying out some of the recipes below…

Portable Camp Fire | Campfire Cooking Recipes

So, with no kit whatsoever, there are some pretty fab recipes that you can cook over the camp fire.

Camp Fire Recipes

Camp Donuts

Campfire Donuts | Campfire Cooking Recipes
Image credit: getoutwiththekids.co.uk

Ingredients

Loaf of white bread (slightly stale is OK!)
Jam – your choice of jam
100g flour
1 egg
300ml milk
Dusting of sugar (could add some cinnamon for added flavour)

Method

  1. Make up a batter using the flour, egg and milk.
  2. Make up some triple decker jam sandwiches, crusts on or off are both fine, but I prefer mine crusts off! 🙂
  3. Cut them into quarters.
  4. Pop some oil in the frying pan over the fire.  (Not a big flame fire, but where you’ve got some nice hot ash embers, so you need to have got your fire going well before you want to cook, usually about 45 mins).
  5. Dip the triple deckers into the batter, and then cook them in the hot oil in the frying pan, cooking each side until they are golden brown

Enjoy warm…. sprinkled with some sugar. Don’t look at them, just imagine they are real donuts and you will be surprised just how jam donut like they really do taste 🙂

For a Gluten free alternative just use Gluten free bread, it works just as well.

View a step by step picture guide to making campfire donuts here.

Toasting Marshmallows and Smores

Marshmallows are amazing to make, satisfying and just fab, so what I recommend is that you make your marshmallows ahead of time yourself, ready to toast on the fire. They are just a million times tastier than shop bought marshmallows.

Marshmallows

Makes approx. 36

Ingredients

2 x 7g sachets powdered gelatine
450g/1lb caster sugar
2 tsp vanilla extract (or 1 tsp almond extract)
1 tbsp sunflower oil
50g/2oz icing sugar, plus extra for dredging
50g/2oz cornflour, plus extra for dredging

Method

  1. Place the gelatine and 100ml/3½fl oz of cold water into a bowl. Set aside for 10 minutes, or until softened.
  2. Meanwhile, pour the sugar and 175ml/6fl oz of cold water into a heavy-based saucepan and bring to a rolling boil on a medium to high heat, stirring continuously, until the sugar dissolves.
  3. Reduce the heat to low and simmer the mixture gently for 15-20 minutes, until a sugar thermometer dipped into the mixture reads 113C/235F. (NB: At this temperature, the sugar syrup will have reached the soft-ball stage.) CAUTION: This mixture is extremely hot and can be dangerous. Do not leave unattended.
  4. As soon as the sugar syrup reaches the correct temperature, place the softened gelatine and water into the bowl of a food mixer and blend on its lowest setting. Gradually pour in the sugar syrup in a slow, steady stream, avoiding pouring the sugar syrup on the beaters as it may splash. Whisk continuously until all of the syrup has been fully incorporated in the mixture.
  5. Add the vanilla extract, then increase the blending speed and blend for 18-20 minutes, or until the mixture has thickened, cooled and is beginning to set.
  6. Meanwhile, grease a 20cm/8in square, deep-sided cake tin with some of the sunflower oil. Line the tin baking parchment and grease the paper with the remaining oil. Mix together the icing sugar and cornflour and dust the tin with a little of the mixture to evenly coat the base and sides. Reserve the remaining icing sugar and cornflour mixture for later.
  7. Pour the marshmallow mixture into the prepared tin and smooth the surface with a palette knife or spatula that has been dipped in boiling water. Dust the top of the marshmallows with a little more of the icing sugar and cornflour mixture, then cover the tin with cling film and set aside in a cool, dry place for 1-2 hours or overnight to set. (NB: Do not chill in the fridge.)
  8. Once the marshmallow mixture has set, turn out the marshmallow slab onto a clean work surface dusted with the remaining icing sugar and cornflour mixture. Peel off the parchment paper and cut the marshmallow into 36 cubes. Dredge the marshmallows in the icing sugar and cornflour mixture to coat, or coat one or more sides in the chopped nuts, flower petals or coloured sugar for decoration. Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place for up to three weeks.

Now you have your marshmallows ready for toasting when you want, light that fire on a beautiful evening, have a BBQ, and then toast some of these wee babies. 🙂 Yum!

AND, if you want a properly scrummy desert, take it one step further and make some…..

Smores

Campfire Recipes | Smores
Image credit: www.simplysated.com

Serves as many as you want, but allow at least four smores per person for a pudding, preferably five when using the minis, and two per person when using bigger digestive biscuits.

Ingredients

Chocolate digestive biscuits (minis if possible)
Marshmallows (pre-made homemade are best, but shop bought if you haven’t got time/it’s a last minute spur of the moment camp fire day)

Method

  1. Skewer your marshmallows and toast them until dark golden brown over an open flame.
  2. While the marshmallows toast, warm up your digestive biscuits over the fire, chocolate side down so the chocolate just begins to melt.
  3. Pop a marshmallow between two mini chocolate digestives and let it cool for just a little bit (the sugar in the marshmallows does get super hot and there’s nothing worse than a burnt tongue!)  If you are using the bigger chocolate digestives then two marshmallows is about right!
  4. Pop it into your mouth and enjoy a simply delicious taste sensation.

View a step by step picture guide to making smores here.

This has got to be one of the best ever camping puddings (there are a few others up there too though – and I promise we’ll cover those later!

Watch this space for further campfire essentials and recipes to match!

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21 Jul 2017
Campfire Recipes | Pheasant with Wild Garlic

Food and Fire: Campfire Recipes – Pheasant Breasts with Wild Garlic Leaves

Wild Garlic is a foragers delight and can be used for a whole host of recipes. It is great for campfire cooking and we will share with you our favourite AH Wild Garlic Pesto recipe another time! 🙂

Do make sure you pick the right thing – Wild Garlic – and not any other wild flower (like Lilly of the Valley for example) which may be poisonous.

Campfire Recipes | Pheasant with Wild Garlic

Pheasant Breasts with Wild Garlic Leaves

Serves 4

This has got to be one of those angelic food combinations…quick, easy; food from the Gods.

I know not everyone likes pheasant, but please try this, and if you simply can’t face pheasant breasts, or can’t get hold of them then mini-chicken fillets work almost as well.

Ingredients

4 x decent sized pheasant breasts or 8 mini-chicken fillets
A really good sized bunch of wild garlic leaves, foraged hopefully as I’m not sure you can buy these at any supermarket yet!  Best picked in April and May, fresh, and often found near Bluebell woodland at the same time the bluebells are flowering.

Method

  1. Take your pheasant breasts of your whole pheasants and set aside the rest of the pheasant to make stock (recipe follows with Dutch Oven instructions!).
  2. Once you have your pheasant breasts off the bone, simply take your frying pan over a medium hot fire (coals still red, with a small amount of grey ash showing, no big flames left) and heat a really generous knob of butter in the frying pan (about 100g for 4 breasts) until it is almost browning.
  3. Pop your pheasant breasts into the pan, and cook until just done and golden brown (they will be moist and amazing if done right). This is approx. 10-12 minutes, depending on the size of the breasts, heat of the pan etc.
  4. Mini-chicken fillets will take a bit less time so keep an eye on these and make sure they don’t become dry and yuck!
  5. Take these out of the pan when done, and set aside into another dish in the edge embers of the fire to stay warm, or stacked to the side of the frying pan, on the edge of the heat.
  6. Take your wild garlic leaves (I like the flowers too) and pop these in to cook in the remaining butter and let them just wilt.
  7. Serve up your Pheasant breasts with the wilted Wild Garlic, (making sure to scrape every last bit of buttery juice out of the pan) and a good hunk of crusty bread to mop up the juices. (PS – Wood Fired Rolls recipe to follow another time!)

Watch this space for further campfire essentials and recipes to match!

Campfire Recipes | Pheasant with Wild Garlic

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08 Jul 2017
Mobile Wedding Prosecco & Gin Bar

Wedding Drinks – A Little Ginspiration!

A whole new meaning to ‘Pimping your Prosecco’

‘Pimping your Prosecco’ is a concept that has been around for a while, especially at weddings and special events, it looks great, tastes great and adds a fun DIY element. Although we still love a simple glass of Prosecco straight up, the ever-increasing options of things to add to your glass of bubbles is just to tempting to resist.

Where do you start?

Simply with fruit and garnishes, edible glitter and flowers or go all out with crazy colour, bursting bubbles and moving swirls from Popaball.

We have to say that by far our favourite option, and we think all our fellow ginthusiasts will agree, is the growing selection of fruity and floral infused gins which when combined with our other favouirte (of course!), Prosecco, make some fab wedding day cocktails. ENJOY!

Mobile Wedding Prosecco & Gin Bar | Tipple in a TukTuk

Here are Tipple in a Tuk Tuk’s Top 5 Gin & Prosecco Wedding Cocktail Ideas to raise your tipple to the next level…

1. The Gin Bothy – Strawberry infused liqueur

Summer in a glass, made with fresh Angus and Perthshire berries in the award winning Gin Bothy. Simply pour 15ml of strawberry gin into a flute; top up with Prosecco; finish with a strawberry slice and a couple of mint leaves.

Wedding Drinks | Gin Cocktails | Gin Bothy Strawberry & Prosecco

2. Strathearn Heather Rose

Turn your Prosecco to a delicate blush pink with a shot of Strathearn’s Heather Rose Gin and just for fun float a couple of rose petals or raspberries on the top.

Wedding Drinks | Gin Cocktails | Strathearn Heather Rose Gin & Prosecco

3. Boë – Peach & Hibiscus Gin Liqueur

For an exotic touch to your cocktail set up, try the tongue tingling Boë Bellini – a shot of Boë Peach & Hibiscus gin liqueur topped with Prosecco, and garnish with a peach slice.

Wedding Drinks | Gin Cocktails | Boë Peach & Hibiscus & Prosecco

4. Solway Spirits – Raspberry Ripple Gin Liqueur

A true micro distillery, producing only 50 bottles a batch – this Raspberry Ripple Gin is the perfect addition to your glass of fizz, and add a whole raspberry to finish this off.

Wedding Drinks | Gin Cocktails | Solway Spirits Raspberry Ripple Gin Liqueur & Prosecco

5. Edinburgh Gin – Elderflower Liqueur

Made from freshly picked elderflowers Edinburgh Gin’s Elderflower liqueur goes beautifully in a glass of Prosecco, with a slice of cucumber or green apple to garnish.

Wedding Drinks | Gin Cocktails | Edinburgh Gin Elderflower Liqueur & Prosecco

We hope you like Tipple in a TukTuk’s Gincredible Top 5. We do at AH and plan to road test a few of these ourselves very soon! 🙂

PS If you love Gin don’t forget we offer Gin Tasting Experiences here at AH and it’s a great idea for your Hen Do too!

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26 Jun 2017

Have a dry Festival Wedding with the help of Brolly Bucket!

Alexander house is the perfect location for your festival-themed wedding. With a large luxurious country house as your base with a cosy glamping yurt with wood-fired hot tub for your wedding night –  it’s a blank canvas for your festival wedding day, what more could you wish for as you begin your wedding planning?

With the option to add a fun party size tipi, pretty sperry, large wedding yurt and bell tents, your magical day can spill from the main house into the amazing grounds in relaxed festival style!

Wedding Sperry Venue Perthshire Scotland | Alexander House
Image courtesy of our friends at www.papakata.co.uk

Be sure to prepare for the weather, however, and pop jolly selections of brollies around to allow guests to wander outdoors with ease.

Our wedding friends at BrollyBucket are the UK’s premier umbrella hire service for weddings and events. Established in 2011 they are now industry leaders in providing elegant, high quality umbrellas to events and weddings nationwide. They’re a friendly bunch with a truly personal service which has been highly commended by past clients and hiring their umbrellas is an ‘essential service’ for wedding industry professionals. We highly recommend them here at AH.

Festival Wedding Umbrella Hire Perthshire Scotland | Brolly Bucket

Choose beautiful, elegant umbrellas from their extensive colour range for you and your guests.

A wedding day essential, your wedding umbrella will not only keep you dry, it will look elegant in your photographs and will add a lovely feature to your wedding film or video. Having a crisp bridal umbrella on hand is the perfect ‘just in case’ solution to any Scottish rainy day woes. Their umbrellas can also be used as a styling ‘feature’ and they love nothing more than supplying brollies to suspend from the roof of a gorgeous yurt, sperry, tipi or traditional marquee – the ideas are endless!

They are quick too! They aim to deliver your hired brollies 3 working days before your wedding date and collect them 2 working days after your big day finishes – so you can be sure to be well prepared! Their signature umbrella stand, or ‘bucket’ has been specifically designed to display the umbrellas beautifully.

Festival Wedding Umbrella Hire Perthshire Scotland | Brolly Bucket

Gone are the only options white or pastel umbrellas for weddings, inject some colourful festival vibe with the summer event wedding package – and keep your guests dry as they move from the house to your or tipi, explore the fabulous grounds, relax on the lawn or turn their hand to some fairground games!

A rain shower will simply add a splash of colour to your day as the umbrellas spring up in wonderful bright shades across the grounds, as your guests continue to have a ball! To maximise the festival vibes, match the brollies to festival flags, food truck catering and don’t forget your wristbands!

Simply position the willow umbrella stands or classic clear acrylic buckets around the venue and let your guests come and go as they please. Make your guests feel loved… hire lots of lovely umbrellas!

Festival Wedding Umbrella Hire Perthshire Scotland | Brolly Bucket

Brollybucket only use high quality, elegant umbrellas of classic design, from Italy. Your umbrellas are sent to you individually sleeved in cellophane to ensure they are in an excellent condition ready for you to use. Hiring umbrellas of this quality is cheaper than buying and you only have them for the time you need.

The cost for the delivery and collection service is the same, no matter how many brollies you hire!

We know you will want to plan your festival wedding day down to the last detail.  You will have agonised over colours and themes, you will have spent hours choosing the things that will make your day really special. So don’t let unpredictable, wet Scottish weather spoil your day.