There’s something quite magical about weddings and Erin and Alan’s wedding had more than a little bit of magic. From the beginning they set out with a plan to make sure their guests had the time of their lives… and they did. Their evening entertainment was nothing short of spectacular. From a rather famous television band through to fireworks at dusk this was the party that no-one wanted to leave…
Erin and Alan throughout your whole day you smiled the biggest smiles and we love that you made your day so much fun. You guys are truly fab together and we were so chuffed to have met you and of course Harry too!
Here are just a few of our many highlights from your day. Really looking forward to catching up soon and sharing them all with you.
Erin and Alan celebrated their wedding with a little bit of help from…
Church – Muthill Parish Church
Venue – Gleneagles Hotel
Photographer – Blue Sky Photography
Filmmaker – Reel Weddings
Erin’s Dress – Vera Wang
Erin’s Shoes – Jimmy Choo
Make-up – Mikey from Space NK
Florist – Gleneagles Floristry Team
Toastmaster – Patrick Hayes
Band – The Strictly Come Dancing Band
Photobooth – Booth Nation
Fireworks – 21cc Fireworks
Yes it wasn’t the party that was planned… but their micro wedding was filled with joy, fun and so much love. We wouldn’t have missed it for the world.
You were not expecting such amazing sun (in March!). You were not planning an outdoor ceremony in the glorious playground. You were not planning an intimate dinner with your closest family and friends. And yet you had the most perfect celebration. We salute you and love both you and your wonderful attitudeIf the days leading up to you wedding were so fluid (for want of a better word!) and you’ve managed to navigate this so skilfully, we know that your marriage and all that lies ahead of you will be the perfect marriage.
Faye and Iain are as perfectly matched as you can get. Not only are they clearly besotted with each other, they also take the time to make those around them feel loved and valued… and their wedding day was all about doing just that.