Chasing the Sunset

Laura & Grant

Real Life Wedding: Drumtochty Castle

We were so delighted to be back at Drumtochty Castle for a real life wedding. And what better wedding to be photographing that this pair?

It helps that Laura and Grant picked the best date to get married. The very same date Niels and I picked a few… ahem… years ago.

Add into the mix that we are already completely smitten by most of Grant’s family (cutest flower girl ever alert) and that Laura’s family are every bit as lovely. And yes we were in wedding heaven. That’s also before we’ve mentioned Camper Vans, Dexter Dog cameos and wheelchair races with Gran…

Thank you Laura and Grant for being so wonderfully you and for being up for hiking through forests and chasing sunsets. We’ll always be grateful that we got to tell your wedding story.

Can’t wait to share all with you soon.


Alie & Niels xx

One response to “Real Life Wedding: Drumtochty Castle”

  1. Lorna says:

    Great photos of a very special day, lovely to be back together with family for Grant and Laura’s wedding.

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Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Filmmaker - Paul Mavor
Florist - Loch Duich Plants
Cake - Cakes by Fiona MacKinnon
Wedding Stationary - Papeterie Wedding Stationery
Wedding Band - The Big Papas

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