Nicki and Deej’s Homemade Back Garden Hampshire Wedding with Wild Flowers and a Silent Disco by Emily and Steve Photographers
Happy Monday everyone, I do hope you have had a lovely weekend? Mine was amazing;...
As we reach the latter end of the week I am taking you off to sunny Scotland for today’s fun filled wedding. Hannah and Rory were married on 19th May 2018 at Guardswell Farm, Perthshire in Scotland. Hannah wore a gorgeous Grace Loves Lace dress, while Rory wore his own kilt. They wanted the day to be as relaxed as possible, no formalities just lots of fun, games, dancing and delicious food. The decoration was rustic with lots of pretty elements, and the food all looks delicious. I love the Grazing table that was constantly replenished with mouth watering delights. Ali Jay Photography was there to capture the day for us.
From my point of view, the day was just awesome. Guardswell Farm is situated high up on a hill overlooking the beautiful Angus countryside and they had lots of fun details. Rory and Hannah booked Guardswell while it was still being built so it was brand new when they got married there. The wedding was all about the party and they just wanted me to document what was going on so no trekking off for a long couple shoot although we spent 10 mins up at the wee cute cabin where they were staying in. I loved just capturing all the fun combined with the beauty of the location. The food, the band and the atmosphere were all about fun. They had a load of games including a giant jenga, Hammerschlagen and a bouncy castle. Everywhere you looked people were laughing and messing around. The mezze platters, rib station and pudding table with whisky pipettes made even the food a fun activity. When it came to the ceilidh in the evening, no-one was getting away with sitting down or being boring. Their wedding band Bahookie were cheeky and hilarious, getting everyone on the dancefloor with their crazy weegie charm. I just stood in the middle and captured the crazy fun of the party as people dived, rolled, jumped and spun towards me and my camera. It was hard to leave at the end of the night as there was so much to photograph.
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