We really wanted the day to reflect us, and be super relaxed, a bit silly, but also wholesome and genuine.
The ceremony was by far our favourite part of the whole day, which is exactly how a wedding should be!
Most important was to have a ceremony that was personal, genuine, and that represented us.
Making your own ceremony together is not just emotionally wonderful – it is priceless.
So many people commented on how funny, beautiful and personal our ceremony was and so many people spoke to us afterwards about how great you were at delivering it!
You made the whole thing so wonderful and I wish we could do it all over again!
Kirsty and Dean were very nearly childhood sweethearts. They went to the same primary and secondary schools, but it wasn’t until 5th year that Dean finally made it onto Kirsty’s radar when they bonded over their shared love of music. Dean was always buying the latest CDs from bands like the View, Pigeon Detectives, and Maximo Park, and he … Continue Reading
Earlier this year, I found myself over in deepest Ayshire where Chris and Ayns had booked Dalduff Farm for their wedding. It had been a long journey from our first contact, but I knew we were going to have a great day. We did! I’d been hoping to hear from them afterwards, because … Continue Reading
This is ‘The Year of the Barn’ – everyone loves the offbeat charm of old farm buildings and they’re becoming ever more popular as wedding venues. I’ve been to quite a few, but this was my first visit to The Byre at Inchyra. Thomas and Julie had a capacity crowd for their … Continue Reading
We celebrate our three year anniversary this week. All our friends and family still talk about how wonderful it was!