Couple: Kirsty + Jonathan

Venue: Rowallan Castle.

Date:  18th August 2018

Kirsty and Johnny got married at the gorgeous Rowallan castle just a few short weeks ago, how time flies. It’s a stunning venue and an absolutely amazing place to get married. 

We had spent some time with Johnny and Kirsty a few months before the big day when we photographed their pre wedding shoot at Culzean Castle, so we knew just what a lovely couple they are and that we’d have another great day when it came time for them to get hitched.

We began the day by heading out onto the golf course to take a few photos of Johnny, his dad, and his pals as they sneaked in a cheeky wee nine holes before the preparations began. Even on such a rainy day I must admit I was a tad jealous to be in work mode and not out on such a great course :)

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We then headed back inside as Kirsty and her bridesmaids began to prepare for the day ahead – there’s always such great energy on the morning of a wedding. Johnny had sent up a pretty special gift for Kirsty, and judging by her reaction I think it’s safe to say she liked her new watch.

Time whizzed by and it was time for the formal part of the day, the wedding ceremony. The service was conducted by Kirsty’s family minister so it was a nice, meaningful, and personal service held in front of their closest friends and family.

After the ceremony, the rain stayed off long enough for us to get outside for some photographs, which also gave everyone the chance to celebrate by throwing confetti over the newlyweds.

The speeches gave Kirsty’s cousin, Johnny’s dad, best man, and of course Johnny the perfect opportunity to express their feelings as well as tell a tale or two about the happy couple, both before, and after they started their journey together.

After a very tasty dinner, we managed to nip back outside for some more photos of Johnny and Kirsty together. Everyone dreams of a glorious sunny day for their wedding, but a dark overcast day (especially at a castle) really adds such drama to the photographs.

Onto the evening and Johnny and Kirsty opened the dance floor in style, that’s a first dance if ever we saw one! The band kept the floor full for the rest of the evening too by pumping out top tune after top tune – you just can’t beat a band who play ‘You can Call me Al’.

Thanks so much for inviting us along to capture your big day Kirsty and Johnny, it was a total pleasure being there and getting to photograph your wedding.

Kirsty and Johnny got married at the gorgeous Rowallan castle just a few short weeks ago, how time flies. It’s a stunning venue and an absolutely amazing place to get married.

We had spent some time with Johnny and Kirsty a few months before the big day when we photographed their pre wedding shoot at Culzean Castle, so we knew just what a lovely couple they are and that we’d have another great day when it came time for them to get hitched.

We began the day by heading out onto the golf course to take a few photos of Johnny, his dad, and his pals as they sneaked in a cheeky wee nine holes before the preparations began. Even on such a rainy day I must admit I was a tad jealous to be in work mode and not out on such a great course :)

We then headed back inside as Kirsty and her bridesmaids began to prepare for the day ahead – there’s always such great energy on the morning of a wedding. Johnny had sent up a pretty special gift for Kirsty, and judging by her reaction I think it’s safe to say she liked her new watch.

Time whizzed by and it was time for the formal part of the day, the wedding ceremony. The service was conducted by Kirsty’s family minister so it was a nice, meaningful, and personal service held in front of their closest friends and family.

After the ceremony the rain stayed off long enough for us to get outside for some photographs, which also gave everyone the chance to celebrate by throwing confetti over the newlyweds.

The speeches gave Kirsty’s cousin, Johnny’s dad, best man, and of course Johnny the perfect opportunity to express their feelings as well as tell a tale or two about the happy couple, both before, and after they started their journey together.

After a very tasty dinner, we managed to nip back outside for some more photos of Johnny and Kirsty together. Everyone dreams of a glorious sunny day for their wedding, but a dark overcast day (especially at a castle) really adds such drama to the photographs.

Onto the evening and Johnny and Kirsty opened the dance floor in style, that’s a first dance if ever we saw one! The band kept the floor full for the rest of the evening too by pumping out top tune after top tune – you just can’t beat a band who play ‘You can Call me Al’.

Thanks so much for inviting us along to capture your big day Kirsty and Johnny, it was a total pleasure being there and getting to photograph your wedding.

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