Clothe Yourselves with Love


Frances & Iain

Drumtochty Castle


We love Drumtochty Castle weddings… if you want to get married in a Scottish Glen could you really find anywhere else so picture perfect?

Frances and Iain’s wedding was special for so many reasons. Firstly we’ve never seen a bride walk the length of the driveway from the Castle to the Church (it’s further than you think and the girls nailed it)

Secondly I’ve never seen bridesmaids sing with such gusto during the wedding ceremony (“If I Were a Butterfly” being the hymn of choice!)

Thirdly it was jam-packed with so much love and a whole lot of fun (think silent disco for the kids)

Mr and Mrs Sawers thank you for letting us tell the story of your beautiful Scottish wedding.

Big Blue Sky Love,

N&A

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Ceremony Venue - St Palladius Church
Reception Venue - Drumtochty Castle
Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Make-up Artist - Francine Ray
Hair Stylist - Gemma Taylor
Florist - Hays Flowers

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