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What a great time we had with Fiona and Liam and their families on Friday, at Strichen Parish Church and the Banff Springs!

Fiona and Liam were a lovely couple who were very excited about their photography and up for anything!

Fiona looked stunning in her Augusta Jones gown which she purchased at Ivory Grace and her lovely bridesmaids looked so pretty in their pink dresses from Blush Bridal.

Steph Park and Melissa Cheyne covered hair and make up, and gorgeous flowers were provided by Aimi from The Flower Shop in Peterhead.

The handsome men wore their own kilts in the Scott tartan of course!

After a lovely ceremony at Strichen Parish Church, guests retired to the Banff Springs to relax and mingle, and we headed to a nearby lake for some beautiful photographs of Fiona and Liam. The setting was just lovely and the jetty and a lone fisherman all added to a stunning and fun photoshoot!

It was back to the hotel to mix with guests and get ready for the evening meal.

The function suit looked beautiful. A lovely personal touch were the favours, which were a charity donation to the Buttony Bear charity which provides special teddy bears for every child who has to have a stoma. This is something very close to Fiona’s heart as she is a stoma nurse. Please see a link to the face book page for this fantastic charity below in the style file. It is heart warming indeed.

It was off to the beach after dinner for some more memorable moments with Fiona and Liam. Lovely setting and too good to miss!

It couldn’t have been a more perfect day, but evening entertainment from the Graham Geddes band certainly rounded it off, after a surprise introduction by videoclip for the first dance !

We had an amazing coincidence on Friday. Our second shooter for the day was David Clark, who himself has been through bowel cancer and had to have a stoma. It just so happened that Fiona and two of her guests were nurses who had nursed him through his time in hospital. Helping us with Fiona’s wedding was something that was very special for David. We captured a great moment with the three of them and both Fiona and David’s Buttony Bear! The nurses will understand the significance of the card with the heart!! When David popped back into the reception in the evening to say goodbye, he was spotted by more nurses from the ward who mentioned they hardly recognised him with his clothes on!

We wish our lovely couple Fiona and Liam all the best for a fantastic future together as Mr and Mrs Scott.

See below for all the suppliers who played a part in this wonderful wedding day.

Graham, Jill and David x

 

Style File

Bride’s Dress – an Augusta Jones from Ivory Grace

Bridesmaid’s Dresses – Blush Bridal

Hair – Steph Park from Mintlaw

Make up – Melissa Cheyne from Turriff

Flowers – Aimi from The Flower Shop in Peterhead

Cars – Range Rovers from Morrison Motors

Minister – Hugh O’Brian from MacDuff

Piper – Gary Bruce

Video – Ray Allen from Simple Video

Cake – Cakes by Kirsty

Stationery – the Papeterie

Seat covers and table decor – Seating Styles

Favours – a charity donation to A Bear Named Buttony

Entertainment – Graham Geddes Band

 

 

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We first met Lindsey and Murray at their lovely pre wedding shoot down at the beach back in April.

Time flies, and fast forward to September, and their beautiful St Machar’s Cathedral and Meldrum House wedding!

Yet again we were lucky to have good weather, and a fabulous blue sky.

Lindsey was a stunning bride and wore a gorgeous Augusta Jones gown, purchased at Mears Ghyll Bridal. Her beautiful bridesmaids  wore Amanda Wyatt dresses.

Murray wore his own kilt outfit, made for him by Georgian Dress Hire, while his groomsmen hired.

Lindsey arrived in style for the ceremony in a beautiful vintage Rolls Royce from Bespoke Arrivals.

After a lovely ceremony it was back to Meldrum House to celebrate with family and friends.

The ballroom looked beautiful, with table decor from North East Events and florist Dolce Vita, and a beautiful cake by Couture Wedding Cakes by Sweet Cheeks.

Superb evening entertainment was provided by Ceilidh band The Tatties from Glasgow, and a great evening of dancing was had by all.

We are sure that by now Lindsey and Murray will be having a fabulous time on honeymoon in the Maldives! We wish them all the best for a wonderful future together.

Graham, Jill and Hannah x

 

Style File

Bride’s Dress – an Augusta Jones from Mears Ghyll

Bridesmaid’s Dresses – Amanda Wyatt

Hair – Laurie Livingstone

Make up – Elaine Sutherland

Venue – St Machar’s Cathedral and Meldrum House Hotel

Menswear – Georgian Dress Hire

Cars – a vintage rolls royce from Bespoke Arrivals

Piper – friend Gavin Moffat

Flowers – Dolce Vita

Cake – Couture Cakes by Sweet Cheeks

Stationery – You Are Invited

Table decor – North East Events and Dolce Vita

Favours – Granite North Gin

Entertainment – The Tatties

 

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On Friday we had our first beautiful wedding at Elsick House with lovely couple Michelle and Tom.

We first met Michelle and Tom back in November when we did a lovely pre wedding shoot with them at Dunnottar Castle, and at home on Michelle’s Dad’s farm in Stonehaven. With a farming background, it was lovely to see the couple bring a touch of country life to their wedding!

Michelle looked stunning and so elegant in her Augusta Jones gown which she purchased at Ivory Grace. Bridesmaids Jacqueline, Lyndsey, Gemma and Steph completed this beautiful ladies line up wearing gorgeous pink dresses from Blush Bridal.

Tom wore his own kilt which is the muted Grant.

Family and friends gathered at Dunnottar Church to see the couple being married by Minister Rosalind Duncan, before joining them at Elsick House for a wonderful celebration. The couple were piped in and out by family friend Gregor Macintosh.

The day had started wet, but the rain stopped as we returned to Elsick, allowing us some time with Michelle and Tom in the fabulous grounds of the House. Guests relaxed and mingled, enjoying canopes and drinks while listening to the excellent Myke Black singing.

The marquee looked beautiful, with table decorations from Higher Calling Events and a beautiful cake made by Truly Scrumptious Cakes by Joanne. The favours were  lovely little pots of homemade jam made by Tom’s granny Grant. So nice to see the whole family involved in the wedding preparations!

A fantastic meal from Hudsons Catering was enjoyed by all, before the evening entertainment was provided by great band Bahookie.

We wish Michelle and Tom all the best for a wonderful future together as Mr and Mrs Greenhill.

See below for all the suppliers who contributed to making this the perfect day.

Graham, Jill and Hannah x

 

Style File

Brides Dress – an Augusta Jones from Ivory Grace

Bridesmaids Dresses – Blush Bridal

Hair – Lauren from Beau Cheveau

Make up – Rae Mathieson

Venue – Elsick House

Minister – Rosalind Duncan

Piper – Gregor Macintosh

Video – Forever Visuals

Flowers – Margaret Watt from Stonehaven

Stationery – Papeterie

Cake – Truly Scrumptious Cakes by Joanne

Favours – Homemade jam from Tom’s Granny Grant

Table displays – Higher Calling Events

Catering – Hudsons

Entertainment – Myke Black and Bahookie

 

 

 

 

 

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We were lucky enough to be back at the fabulous Fasque Castle on Saturday, for the lovely wedding of Emma and John.

It was a chilly April day, but bride and groom had added many beautiful touches to their lovely venue, making it very welcoming indeed!

Emma was a beautiful bride, wearing a gorgeous Augusta Jones gown which she purchased at Ivory Grace.
Her lovely Bridesmaids, Keri, Gillian and Kirsteen wore beautiful deep pink Dessy dresses purchased at Brides Delight.

The handsome groom and his groomsmen were kitted out at McCalls, and the groom wore, very fittingly, the Cameron tartan.

The ceremony was held at the lovely St Andrews church on the Fasque estate.

Afterwards guests were treated to some lovely music by harpist Marie Main.
To add to the fun, the couple had hired a fabulous carousel for anyone fancying some fairground fun!

The function room looked stunning, with so many lovely touches.
Gorgeous flowers were provided by the very talented Isla Duncan, and a simply beautiful cake, by Laura Lane.

Lots of fun was had at the speeches, before everyone enjoyed a lovely meal.

The smooth running of the day was largely down to talented wedding planner Rebecca Barnett, who had played a big part in the setting up of all the wonderful decor in the function room and around the castle.

Evening entertainment was provided by excellent band, Velvet 5.

Later in the evening everyone was entertained by the superb Grampian Police band, before enjoying a wonderful fireworks display.

It was a truly magical wedding day for Emma and John and their families, and we wish them both a fabulous honeymoon, and wonderful life together as Mr and Mrs Cameron!

See below for all their well chosen suppliers.

Style File

Bride’s Dress – an Augusta Jones, purchased at Ivory Grace.

Bridesmaid’s Dresses – Dessy dresses, purchased at Brides Delight.

Venue – Fasque Castle

Hair – Lindsay Urquhart

Make up – Jade Koemans

Cake – Laura Lane

Flowers – Isla Duncan

Stationery – You are invited, and John’s mum.

Favours – Poptastic Cakes

Table decor –Rebecca Barnett, with the flowers from Isla Duncan.

Menswear – McCalls

Piper – Alex Simpson from the Grampian Police Pipe Band.

Video – Forever Visuals

Band – Velvet 5

Harpist – Marie Main

Carousel – Carousel for Hire

Fireworks – 21CC

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