It's been almost a week since Andy Murray married his long term girlfriend Kim Sears in what they hailed as "the best weekend of our lives", and now details have been revealed about how Judy Murray gifted a piece of the special day to the Dunblane community.
Speaking on The One Show, Judy said how "very, very special" it was that the wedding took place in Andy's hometown on Dunblane, and how proud she was that they could "share it with the people in Dunblane who give so much love and support all the time for him."
Thousands of people lined the streets of Dunblane to catch a glimpse of the British tennis sensation and his new bride; many camped out through the hail and snow to show their support.
Keen include the community further in the celebrations, the Scottish Daily Record revealed that Murray's mother Judy handed out bouquets of flowers that had decorated dinner tables at Cromlix House around Dunblane.
Gemma Greer, manager at the Dunblane Centre, said: "Judy came in and said she was bringing round some of the flowers to the community. She also went to the old people's home. They are centrepieces from the tables at Cromlix and they are beautiful."
We think it's a wonderful idea to brighten up the community and make them feel involved in the happy celebration. Would you donate your wedding flowers?