Scott and Kyoko met in Japan in 2006. Scott had been living there for almost three years trying not to get involved romantically as he intended to come back to Scotland to live and work. He had gone there in 2004 to learn Japanese while earning a living teaching English. He hoped it would help him in his career as a scientist. However one day he spied Kyoko across the room and wanted to meet her. He could not just approach her but fortunately he knew the chap sitting next to her. He came across to speak to this friend Mitchi, hoping he would be introduced to the girl (Kyoko). He was delighted when he got her number. He fell head over heels in love with her and managed to win her heart too. He also fell in love with the country and has taken a job there, working in Plasma technology. Kyoko is a pharmacist in their local hospital. They decided to get Married at 10.10 am on 10 /10/10 in his home village of Balfron, Stirlingshire, Scotland and celebrated their wedding at Ross Priory on the banks of Loch Lomond. A very short honeymoon was enjoyed in Glasgow staying at One Devonshire Gardens. They live and work in Fukuyama City, Japan. There were only 10 at the wedding the appointment with the registrar was at 10 am, Kyoko takes size 10 clothes and Scot size 10 shoes.
Scott and Kyoko chose a single tier chocolate truffle torte cake, covered in belgium chocolate paste, decorated with chocolate roses, decorated in gold. They also presented their guests with cookie favours decorated in chocolate and turquiose. They both look fabulous in the photo and I wish them many congratulations on their 10/10 wedding! Will I be making ten christening cakes???