Couple: Robynne + Murray

Venue: Kinkell Byre

Date:  6th April 2019

We love a wee farm wedding here at Top Table. You can’t beat a converted barn with its rustic charm!

Robynne and Murray were getting hitched at the local parish church, up in Grange of Lindores, near Cupar. It’s always lovely to see couples getting married at a church that their families have real history with and the ceremony was extra special as a result.

One the ceremony was finished, and our happy couple had become husband and wife, if was time for the short drive along to Kinkell Byre. Not to be outdone on their own wedding day, Robynne and Murray had a very fancy convertible Jaguar for the drive over there! We briefly considered asking if I could hitch a lift with them, but we decided they might like a bit of privacy in the end! ;)

Kinkell Byre Wedding Photography

Once we arrived at the byre, we were amazed at the setting, right by the sea, just south of St. Andrews, and even more amazed when we stepped inside! Kinkell Byre has been converted really nicely for weddings, with loads of authentic wee touches like a vintage Massey-Ferguson tractor scattered throughout. It’s also MASSIVE, which is just as well as Robynne and Murray had brought quite a few people along with them! On top of that they had dressed the place up wonderfully with loads of handmade decorations including some really impressive origami cranes and a gnome hunt too!

We were raring to go when it came time for the couple shoot, as you can imagine! We’d had a good recce, and picked out some really excellent little spots around the grounds to visit with the newlyweds. Robynne and Murray were real naturals too, and really seemed to appreciate a small moment of calm during such an action-packed day.

Which just leaves the evenings celebrations, and what a party it was! After the diner and speeches were all done and dusted (lovely new tractor Murray, the perfect colour!) it was time for a good old ceilidh! Drams were the purveyors of the Jigs, Reels and Waltzes on this occasion, and by the participation levels and general enthusiasm of the dancers we’d say they did a pretty good job!

We love a wee farm wedding here at Top Table. You can’t beat a converted barn with its rustic charm!

 

Robynne and Murray were getting hitched at the local parish church, up in Grange of Lindores, near Cupar. It’s always lovely to see couples getting married at a church that their families have real history with and the ceremony was extra special as a result.

 

One the ceremony was finished, and our happy couple had become husband and wife, if was time for the short drive along to Kinkell Byre. Not to be outdone on their own wedding day, Robynne and Murray had a very fancy convertible Jaguar for the drive over there! We briefly considered asking if I could hitch a lift with them, but we decided they might like a bit of privacy in the end! ;)

 

Once we arrived at the byre, we were amazed at the setting, right by the sea, just south of St. Andrews, and even more amazed when we stepped inside! Kinkell Byre has been converted really nicely for weddings, with loads of authentic wee touches like a vintage Massey-Ferguson tractor scattered throughout. It’s also MASSIVE, which is just as well as Robynne and Murray had brought quite a few people along with them! On top of that they had dressed the place up wonderfully with loads of handmade decorations including some really impressive origami cranes and a gnome hunt too!

 

We were raring to go when it came time for the couple shoot, as you can imagine! We’d had a good recce, and picked out some really excellent little spots around the grounds to visit with the newlyweds. Robynne and Murray were real naturals too, and really seemed to appreciate a small moment of calm during such an action-packed day.

 

Which just leaves the evenings celebrations, and what a party it was! After the diner and speeches were all done and dusted (lovely new tractor Murray, the perfect colour!) it was time for a good old ceilidh! Drams were the purveyors of the Jigs, Reels and Waltzes on this occasion, and by the participation levels and general enthusiasm of the dancers we’d say they did a pretty good job!

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