Couple: Allan + Stephanie

Venue: Airth Castle.

Date:  22nd December 2018

Steph and Allan are such a lovely and welcoming couple and we had simply the best time photographing their wedding day.

We started our day photographing Steph and Allan, as they were getting ready for the big day ahead, with the help of their closest friends and family. Just a few days before Christmas meant that there was a real festive cheer in the air which just added to the excitement of the day.

The ceremony was held in Allanton Church, which is where Allan’s parent had tied the knot, so it was a really special place for Allan and Steph to begin their journey together. And the service was very fitting of the occasion, it’s certainly one that they’ll be able to remember fondly forever.

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After the ceremony, the winter weather wasn’t exactly playing ball, so we quickly jumped in our cars and headed over to Airth Castle to continue the wedding celebrations. Fortunately, by the time we arrived the skies had cleared and we were able to take a nice stroll around the grounds with the newlyweds and get some gorgeous wedding photographs of them together before heading back into the castle to join their guests.

Onto the speeches and we heard tell of their lives together and how everything had led to this one special day. There had even been a surprise laid on for the happy couple for during the meal… the singing waiters. When the main course arrived, a few of the incognito waiters suddenly burst into song and began wooing the guests and before long everyone was up on their feet (some even on the tables) singing along.

After the wedding breakfast, all that was left was for Tom McGuire and the Brassholes to entertain everybody. And entertain they did, they’re a great band and definitely a bit different, their funky take on songs really ensured the dance floor wasn’t quiet for even a moment.

Allan and Steph, thanks so much for inviting us along to photograph your wedding day. We had a great time and hope you love your photos as much as we enjoyed taking them :)

Steph and Allan are such a lovely and welcoming couple and we had simply the best time photographing their wedding day.

We started our day photographing Steph and Allan, as they were getting ready for the big day ahead, with the help of their closest friends and family. Just a few days before Christmas meant that there was a real festive cheer in the air which just added to the excitement of the day.

The ceremony was held in Allanton Church, which is where Allan’s parent had tied the knot, so it was a really special place for Allan and Steph to begin their journey together. And the service was very fitting of the occasion, it’s certainly one that they’ll be able to remember fondly forever.

After the ceremony, the winter weather wasn’t exactly playing ball, so we quickly jumped in our cars and headed over to Airth Castle to continue the wedding celebrations. Fortunately, by the time we arrived the skies had cleared and we were able to take a nice stroll around the grounds with the newlyweds and get some gorgeous wedding photographs of them together before heading back into the castle to join their guests.

Onto the speeches and we heard tell of their lives together and how everything had led to this one special day. There had even been a surprise laid on for the happy couple for during the meal… the singing waiters. When the main course arrived, a few of the incognito waiters suddenly burst into song and began wooing the guests and before long everyone was up on their feet (some even on the tables) singing along.

After the wedding breakfast, all that was left was for Tom McGuire and the Brassholes to entertain everybody. And entertain they did, they’re a great band and definitely a bit different, their funky take on songs really ensured the dance floor wasn’t quiet for even a moment.

Allan and Steph, thanks so much for inviting us along to photograph your wedding day. We had a great time and hope you love your photos as much as we enjoyed taking them :)

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