Jennie & Brandon’s Wedding, The Old Council Chambers, Perth followed by Pitkerro House, Dundee




A love, like shoes, must feel just right
Not too loose and not too tight…
It should be happy being there
The chosen one, the happy pair


Taken from ‘Don’t squeeze my shoes’ by Rachel Fox


Jennie & Brandon at The Old Council Chambers, Perth



What a wonderful final wedding of the year for us… despite the freezing temperatures of minus 8 degrees in Perth, everyone had a ball. Jennie and Brandon you ‘home-spun’ wedding was absolutely perfect and we were thrilled to be a part of it. Although we only met you in person for the first time on Tuesday we both felt as though we’d known you for ages. We loved all your thoughtful details and your creative ideas. Have a Happy New Year and enjoy some of our highlights for now. Enjoy your new home. Speak soon.



Perth in the snow



Jennie's bouquet in the snow



Brandon & Elliot



Jennie & Brandon's ceremony at the Old Council Chambers, Perth



Jennie & Brandon in The Old Council Chambers, Perth



Jennie & Brandon at Pitkerro House



Jennie & Brandon at Pitkerro House



Jennie & Brandon at Pitkerro House



Jennie & Brandon at Pitkerro Houe



Jennie & Brandon at Pitkerro House

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