Weddings are all about journeys and bring people together…
Grace and Patrick’s wedding took place in Kincardine Castle, in Aboyne, in the north of Scotland; home to Grace’s Grandmother. And what a treat was in store for all their guests who’d travelled to be there. Not only did they get to explore the rooms and the grounds of the castle, but as an added surprise, dinner and dancing took place in Tipis (by Highland Tipis), nestled in the walled gardens. To say we loved it doesn’t begin to do it justice!
Grace and Patrick’s wedding oozed with gorgeous details and so much love and attention towards their guests. It didn’t take long after meeting these two to feel as though we’d known them for years. They are both such fab, warm people and it was a pleasure to be their photographers.
Thank you Mr and Mrs Robinson for inviting us to be part of your incredible wedding celebrations. We wouldn’t have missed it for the world.
Here’s a little taster of your dream wedding day. Enjoy.
The tips that were set for dinner were hidden from view by the gardens, so it was a lovely surprise for Grace and Patrick’s guests as the piper led them to dinner.
These two were among the few who set a wedding date for 2020 and stuck to it. Yes the plans changed slightly along the way (think plan A, plan B…) but in the end celebrating their wedding in the spectacular Barnbougle Castle with their closest family and friends was nothing short of perfect and they wouldn’t have changed a thing.
To say Alie and I had been holding out for this wedding would be an understatement… Emily and Cammy you know how much we adore you (and your families). You two are so clearly meant to be. The world is, without question, a lighter, brighter and more brilliant place for you two being in it.
There has to be something even more special about a wedding day that has been re-scheduled several times. We love how, despite the plans having changed lots throughout the last few months, the one thing Catrin and David were sure about was that they want to get married.