Jade & Stuart’s Wedding, Holy Trinity Church, followed by The Old Course Hotel, St Andrews



Jade & Stuart’s Wedding, Holy Trinity Church, followed by The Old Course Hotel, St Andrews


Jade and Stuart chose St Andrews as the spot to hold their wedding celebrations. They also happened to pick the most gorgeous winter’s day – perfect for heading to the West Sands with them.

 

Thank you guys for trusting us with your wedding. Getting to know you two has been lots of fun. We must find more reasons to meet up for ice-cream in St Andrews. Post-wedding planning? Anniversary Party? Let us know and we’ll be there!

 

Enjoy some highlights and looking forward to catching-up with you guys before your embark on your next big adventure.

 

A&N xx

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jade getting ready

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jade & Stuart celebrated their wedding, with a little bit of help from:

 

Church – Holy Trinity Church, St Andrews
Venue – The Old Course Hotel, St Andrews
Photographer – Blue Sky Photography
Filmmaker – Cherry Tree Films
Jade’s Wedding Dress – Alan Hannah from Rachel Scott Couture, Edinburgh
Jade’s Wedding Shoes – Jimmy Choos
Jade’s Accessories – Flo and Percy
Florist  – Lorna Irvine Flowers, St Andrews
Band – Callanish Music

2 responses to “Jade & Stuart’s Wedding, Holy Trinity Church, followed by The Old Course Hotel, St Andrews”

  1. Amy stewart says:

    Aww…came on to look at my wedding pics as nearly second anniversary and saw this post . I went to uni with Jade-congrats, you look absolutely amazing. Amy xx

  2. Some really great shots. Loving the silver Hunter wellies! 🙂

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