Sarah & Ian’s Wedding, St Salvator’s Chapel, followed by Rufflets Country House Hotel, St Andrews



We often get asked, what happens if it rains? The answer – just as much fun in different locations! We always love St Andrews, even in the rain and it certainly did rain on Friday. Sarah and Ian – it was lovely to be a part of your day and we had lots of fun with you. You too were so chilled and clearly had a great day with all your friends and family. And your first dance was soo good – can’t wait to see Steve’s coverage of this. We had to include a shot of your trainers Ian… Looking forward to hearing about your first global adventure as Mr & Mrs Mathieson!

 

Sarah's engagement ring

 

 

Sarah's wedding dress

 

 

Sarah's arrival at St Salvator's Chapel, St Andrews

 

 

Sarah and Ian at St Salvator's Chapel, St Andrews

 

 

Sarah & Ian at Rufflets Country House Hotel

 

 

Sarah & Ian at Rufflets Country House Hotel, St Andrews

 

 

Sarah & Ian at Rufflets Country House Hotel, St Andrews

 

 

We loved the little Sarah and Ian which you made Sarah for the top of your Uncle’s cake – where did you find the time?

Sarah & Ian's cake

 

 

Sarah & Ian's first dance

 

 

And Ian’s wedding present from Sarah…

Ian's trainers

2 responses to “Sarah & Ian’s Wedding, St Salvator’s Chapel, followed by Rufflets Country House Hotel, St Andrews”

  1. JessieTurner says:

    Bridesmaid and Mother of Bride think Fab -so far. Love the trainers and close up of B and G. MOB.

  2. June Hetherington says:

    Just enough of a flavour to bring it all back; a smashing day with a smashing couple.

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