Date: Sat 29th April 2017
Venue: The Parsonage at Dumore Park
After our engagement shoot last year in Stirling, I was excited to work with Chelsee & Chris again. They absolutely aced it in front of the camera so I knew their wedding day would be the same. They had a minor set back in their choice of venue and ended up switching to The Parsonage near Airth, a beautiful stylish mansion with lovely grounds. I met Chelsee there in the morning as she was getting ready with her bridesmaids.
It was a beautiful day to get married. All the girls had matching robes, slippers and glasses. I enjoyed spending time with them in the morning.
I headed downstairs to meet Chris and the boys who were all looking handsome in their kilts. All the guys were up for a good laugh.
Chelsee was walked down the aisle with her Dad, Russell. He got a bit teary at seeing his daughter in her beautiful dress.
Chelsee & Chris had a lovely humanist ceremony performed by Sandy Geddes. On the way back up the aisle all the guests threw confetti in the air.
Guests were entertained by a magician as the group photos were taken.
There was loads of time for the bride and groom to socialise with friends before we took a walk around the grounds of the Parsonage.
We were all loving the bluebells and daffodils that were still in bloom. They added a bit of colour to the photos.
The beautiful decor set up in the Parsonage Marquee.
The speeches were fantastic, really entertaining. Our speakers were Chelsee’s Dad, Russell, Groom – Chris and best man, Daniel.
As the evening drew in, I took Chelsee and Chris for a couple of more photos. I love to capture the evening light.
We headed back into the Marquee for first dance. All the guests were then invited up to dance with the bride and groom.
The band Diego provided some great entertainment, they included a ceilidh and guests were able to make up there own moves. The party was non stop for the rest of the night.
Special thanks to Chelsee and Chris for having me as their photographer and I wish them all the best for the future. It was a beautiful Parsonage Wedding.
Make Up – Lauren McNaulty
Hairdresser – Louisa Clements
Bridal Shop – Anne Priscilla, Glasgow
Flowers – by a relative
Piper – Piping Services Scotland
Band – Diego