Gill & Hamish’s Wedding, Dalmunzie Castle, Glenshee



We were delighted to be back at Dalmunzie Castle exactly two years since our last visit… and we received the same fantastic warm welcome from Brianna and her team.


It was a real privilege to be part of Gill and Hamish’s superb house-party. These two are so good together. So funny, so genuine. Whenever they talked about their wedding it was with their guests in mind and they even organised a casino for them. Well done Euan on winning!


Gill and Hamish – what can we say? Thank you for letting us having such a fun fifteenth of May two thousand and ten. Gill – look what you created  – you are definiately clever enough to fly! Enjoy some of our favourite highlights from a truly special wedding. There are soo many great moments, so here’s a taster… A & N




































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