I completely forgot about the Tartans! However thanks to a reader's comment, I am now readjusting everyone's clothes in the sequel's draft. Once again, I'm just laying out ideas here as I usually refer to my blog musings for inspiration and also as a mockup for settings.
The Culzeans would probably not wear tartans but the MacFarlanes will. Fiona will also wear one around her waist and another as a sash over her shoulders like here:
The woman reminded me of Cho Chang from Harry Potter and she's Scottish too!
Alright, so the traditional colours of the MacFarlane clan in Scotland are as such:
This is the "Dress Tartan" meant for formal occasions that is of a white background with blue and red over stripes.
So to differentiate the groomsmen from the groom, my trusted Scot adviser says to let the groom wear another tartan as a sash over his shoulder. Okay, well I guess that would substitute as a regalia. And of course the clan crest:
So it will look something like the groom in this picture.
And I thought this picture was really cute! I can imagine all the MacFarlane men: Dominic, Mike and Eian fussing with each other like this. Now, isn't this more representative of their age group?
-sigh- I'm having a headache again. Hahaha.
Oh wait, I found a fantastic website!!!!!
The groomsmen look like they're just wearing tartan bow ties and cummerbunds but don't the ladies look sweet? And that little girl too?
Okay... seriously information overload. I'm caught between wanting a fairytale wedding [less tartans] or a truly royal scottish kinda feel. So I did the next thing on my mind- I checked out the Duke of Argyll and holy crap I found this!
His Grace's TitleThe most high, potent and noble prince his Grace Torquhil Ian Campbell, Duke of Argyll, Marquess of Kintyre and Lorne, Earl of Argyll, Campbell and Cowal, Viscount Lochawe and Glenyla, Lord Campbell, Lorne, Kintyre, Inveraray, Mull, Morven and Tyrie in the peerage of Scotland, Baron Sundbridge of Coombank and Baron Hamilton of Hameldon in the peerage of Great Britain, Duke of Argyll in the peerage of the United Kingdom, Baronet of Nova Scotia, Hereditary Master of the Royal Household in Scotland, hereditary keeper of the royal castles of Dunoon, Carrick, Dunstaffnage and Tarbet, Admiral of the Western coasts and isles, and Chief of the Honourable Clan Campbell, MacCailein Mhor.
Right, that's a mouthful. Okay Duke of Argyll, you're officially the model template for Eian.
Okay back to writing!