Your Dream Wedding
We want to help make your wedding ceremony special!
We believe that your whole kilt rental experience should feel like a
custom coordinated event.
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Tie Colors & Styles
With three different tie styles (Bow tie, Windsor tie, and the British favorite Ruche tie) and over 40 tie colors, you can match or contrast the ties to your bridesmaid dresses and/or your color theme. Our colored tie selection extends to kid ties too!
For brides wearing an ivory dress, we have ivory tux shirts, kilt socks, and sporrans for the groomsmen to wear, if you prefer.
Please call us for more details on the free sample cuttings of our ties.
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Have you ever noticed how a photo of a kilt can look slightly different than the kilt looks in real life? We want you to be satisfied with the tartan you are selecting and upon request, we will send our customers real wool samples of the tartans of your choice. That’s right… we will send you a cutting of the actual wool tartan, and it’s yours to keep. You will be able to take that sample with you when you go shopping for bridesmaid dresses and wedding decorations.
Not all kilt rental companies in America can make this guarantee. Pakistan manufactures kilts, jackets and accessories with ultra-low quality materials. These items are nothing like authentic kilts, jackets and accessories. We do not rent polyester kilts that are made in Pakistan. We do not rent polyester jackets or plastic (man made leather) shoes; our shoes are genuine leather.
Our sporrans (fur pouch) are name brand and are hand made by artisans in Scotland and Canada.
Our jackets are also name brand, made with the highest quality black 14oz Barathea wool with non-tarnish buttons. Our vests have a full satin back (double layer) and are not the cheap backless type.
You will look good in our gear and you will feel good knowing that it’s all authentic.
For weddings that are on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, our goal is to have the kilts arrive to you on the Tuesday before the wedding. This will give everyone most of the week to try them on and confirm a perfect fit. In the rare event that something does not fit properly, call our office and we will work with you to get a replacement sent by FedEx Express.
For weddings and events that are on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, our goal is to have the kilts arrive to you about three business days before the wedding.
You can register your group to easily keep track of your groomsmen/ushers/ringbearers and their progress in getting their outfit reserved. Please call for details.
The Highland Quaich - The Cup of Friendship
Pronounced “quake”, the word Quaich is derived from the Gaelic word "cuach" which means shallow cup. Throughout Scotland's history, it has been used to symbolize love and friendship.
Initially quaichs were made from a single piece of wood, or horn. The handles were sometimes covered with silver or pewter where ornate decorations could be displayed.
The quaich is still popular today and can be seen at many celebrations and occasions. It is used at many Celtic weddings and is offered to guests at the head table as a symbol of the shared love of the bride and groom. The handles on both sides make it easy to pass along the table.
Quaichs are popular for toasting at weddings and anniversaries, to celebrate a new life, and also to celebrate the new year.
Whether ornamental or used the Quaich makes a fantastic traditional gift, and can be engraved by your local engraver with a personal message, wedding date, or initials.
The Scottish Dirk
Dirk is a Scots word for "short dagger". The style of the Scottish Dirk is unmistakable: it is a solid blend of beauty and strength. The dirk was worn on the belt of the Highlanders and was a backup to the Scottish Claymore sword. Clan chiefs and dignitaries would wear dirks that had heavy stone tops and ornate silver mounts, with a small fork and knife fitted into the sheath for eating. Today Dirks are very popular wedding gifts. They are still made in Scotland to the same ancient specifications. Dirks are also perfect for cake cutting and can be a nice collectible that can be displayed and passed down to the next generation in a family.
Tartan Wedding Garter
Every bride needs a wedding garter; what can be more fitting than a splash of tartan on the garter itself? These garters are made in Canada and are of the highest quality. Extra large sizes are available upon request for an additional fee of $15.
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