Over 9000 miles



Jody & Jason’s Wedding – 14th October 2014

Jody and Jason’s wedding was planned from the other side of the world… and what could be better than all your closest family and friends together for a couple of days to help celebrate the “I do’s” in the magical setting of Drumtochty?

From beginning to end the vibe was of a really top party and we loved being part of it.

Jody and Jason, here’s a glimpse of your wedding. Happy viewing…

Niels & Alie xxx

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Ceremony Venue – St Palladius Church
Reception Venue – Drumtochty Castle
Photographer – Blue Sky Photography
Filmmaker – Cherry Tree Films
Band – Bahookie

One response to “Over 9000 miles”

  1. Dan says:

    Brilliant images! Every one is beautiful. Well captured 🙂

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