In the Victorian age The Language of Flowers was akin to a bible for many young lovers. It gave people a sign of the meanings of different types of flowers and what they could mean when handed over to a significant lover, a future spouse or fiancé. If you want your wedding flowers to have a symbolic meaning then harking back to older times may give you a truly beautiful bloom which also has a powerful personal meaning to you and your soon-to-be spouse.
There are descendants of Scots in almost every country of the globe. Finding you’ve got a Scottish blood in your veins is becoming more and more common and family history and genealogy continue to be popular past times. If you’re looking to discover more the Scottish ancestors in your family keep our tips in mind. Continue reading
The Royal Scots Club has been around for over 90 years but this is our very first blog post. Founded in 1919 our Club has been held as a memorial to the fallen soldiers of the First World War for its entire existence and benefits from sitting on one of Edinburgh’s finest Georgian streets. Combining homely comfort with country house chart the Royal Scots Club offers an ideal environment for events, conferences and of course overnight stays as a hotel. Here we’re going to introduce you to our Club and where it all began. Continue reading