Emotional, Wild and Perfect

Lindsey & Giedrius

Real Life Wedding: Drumtochty Castle

Summer weddings at Drumtochty Castle are always magical. Lindsey and Giedrius’ was the kind of wedding we love –  filled with so many emotional and wonderfully wild moments which made it absolutely perfect. It helps that this pair (and their family and friends –  who literally came from all over the world) know how to party.

Their wedding was made even more memorable by the contributions of family and friends. Phil’s organ performance, Patrick’s heartfelt reading, and Gabe’s singing  (no dry eyes in the church) were all highlights. One of Lindsey and Giedrius’ joint favourite moments was their first dance –  a memory they would happily replay over and over again. And judging by the guests reaction everyone else would too.

Thank you Lindsey and G for throwing yourself into every single part of your day and for being up for chasing the sun and clambering over hills and crumbling bridges. We’re delighted we were able to help you keep the Lithuanian tradition of the bride being carried over a bridge, alive. And with such style!

You’re absolutely right – your wedding was a true fairytale.


Alie & Niels xx

P.S. Gutted we didn’t get to see Giedrius dressed up in a kilt.

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Location - Drumtochty Castle
Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Florist - Hays Flowers
Wedding Band - The Woo Hoo Band

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