Couple: Peter + Racheal

Date:  20th December 2017

Just a week ago we found ourselves heading up to Dunblane, bright and early, for the wedding of Peter and Racheal.

We’re up in Stirlingshire quite a bit photographing weddings, but we’d never been to Cromlix House before, and what an absolute hidden gem it is! Set in extensive private grounds and woodlands, this big old pile of bricks has a really homely and Scottish feel to it, and on a cold December morning with the mist all around it felt a bit surreal, like being on the set of a movie!

Wedding photographerCromlix House Dunblane

Peter and Racheal were both getting ready at the house, so there was a great chilled out vibe in the morning, just like a wee holiday for all their friends and family, only one they were going to get hitched on :) Once everyone was all dolled up, it was time for the big event it’s self, and with a little help from two fantastic ring bearers, and Poppy the dog, things got underway. It was a really lovely ceremony, very personal and fun at the same time, although it could only hold Poppy’s attention for about 10 minutes, so she decided to go for a wee sleep in the middle of the chapel :)

It was great to see our favourite humanist, Mary Wallace, again too. She always does a fantastic job of the ceremony and really puts her heart into her part of the day.

After the ceremony it was time to get some awesome romantic shots of the newly-weds, and Peter and Racheal deserve a special mention for braving the cold so we could do our thing and get some lovely pictures for them.

When it came to the evenings entertainment, there was certainly no shortage of willing dancers! This crowd really knew how to throw a shape or two, even Poppy the dog was getting in on the action! We have no doubt that it continued into the wee small hours and that many stories were told, and a few new ones made too.

Thanks again for having us along at your special day Pete and Rach, we had an absolutely wonderful day and we’re really happy to show you this mini-movie of the whole thing :)

Just a week ago we found ourselves heading up to Dunblane, bright and early, for the wedding of Peter and Racheal.

We’re up in Stirlingshire quite a bit photographing weddings, but we’d never been to Cromlix House before, and what an absolute hidden gem it is! Set in extensive private grounds and woodlands, this big old pile of bricks has a really homely and Scottish feel to it, and on a cold December morning with the mist all around it felt a bit surreal, like being on the set of a movie!

Peter and Racheal were both getting ready at the house, so there was a great chilled out vibe in the morning, just like a wee holiday for all their friends and family, only one they were going to get hitched on :) Once everyone was all dolled up, it was time for the big event it’s self, and with a little help from two fantastic ring bearers, and Poppy the dog, things got underway. It was a really lovely ceremony, very personal and fun at the same time, although it could only hold Poppy’s attention for about 10 minutes, so she decided to go for a wee sleep in the middle of the chapel :)

It was great to see our favourite humanist, Mary Wallace, again too. She always does a fantastic job of the ceremony and really puts her heart into her part of the day.

After the ceremony it was time to get some awesome romantic shots of the newly-weds, and Peter and Racheal deserve a special mention for braving the cold so we could do our thing and get some lovely pictures for them.

When it came to the evenings entertainment, there was certainly no shortage of willing dancers! This crowd really knew how to throw a shape or two, even Poppy the dog was getting in on the action! We have no doubt that it continued into the wee small hours and that many stories were told, and a few new ones made too.

Thanks again for having us along at your special day Pete and Rach, we had an absolutely wonderful day and we’re really happy to show you this mini-movie of the whole thing :)

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