Jenny & Joe’s Wedding, Glenbervie House Hotel



From their fun Christmas pre-wedding shoot we knew we were going to have lots of fun with Jenny and Joe. They are so fab together and and make everyone else around them feel relaxed.

 

As we expected their wedding day was fully-charged with bucket-loads of love and emotion and lots and lots of fun. They are both such genuine people and so clearly thought about their friends and family on their big day. We loved the special and carefully selected gifts for their bridal party team… especially the bags for the girls with their initials.

 

Thank you Mr and Mrs Watson for letting us be part of your wedding. Oh and special big mention to the ushers – Pedro, Stuart and Bryce – who were fabulous and did great ‘ushering’ (despite any unfounded rumours to the contrary!)

 

Enjoy some highlights from your fab wedding… looking forward to sharing them all with you.

 

See you very soon,

A&Nxx

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jenny & Joe celebrated their wedding with a little bit of help from…

Venue – Glenbervie House Hotel
Hair and Make-up – Alexis Miller
Celebrant – Julie Reid, Humanist
Photography – Blue Sky Photography
Car – Mr Smith (aka Jenny’s dad)

 

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