Catriona & Kevin’s Wedding, St Salvator’s Chapel, followed by Rufflets Country House Hotel, St Andrews



It’s not very often we get to photograph a bride and groom in the snow… but last Saturday we got the chance. Cat and Kev we had an absolute ball with you two and loved how much you were up for going out in the snow (even down on the beach)


Cat you looked amazing – a stunning snow queen. You see – it does snow in December in St Andrews… Here are a few of our highlights for now (with part 2 to follow) Enjoy Christmas lots…


Catriona & Kevin's rings in the snow



Catriona and the girls



Kevin and the boys



Kevin and the boys at St Salvator's Chapel, St Andrews



Catriona & Kevin on the West Sands, St Andrews



Catriona's bouquet in the snow



Catriona & Kevin on the West Sands, St Andrews



Catriona & Kevin at Rufflets Country House Hotel, St Andrews



Catriona & Kevin at Rufflets Country House Hotel, St Andrews

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