Kilts and Canapes…
The location of this wedding was in Winterbourne near Bristol, a family garden reception with the ceremony at the family’s local church. A rustic feel with a Scottish twist with kilts, bagpipes and Ceilidh into the mix. The garden was decorated so beautifully with the marquee covering the hedges themselves, a long narrow garden with every comfort catered for from the beers in the bath, live music on the patio and armchairs and seats piled with pillows.
Gemma, Tom and their families had done a magnificent job at organising the wedding, and the day ran smooth throughout. Having two girls myself I felt a real familiarity to Jemma’s father Mark situation and the emotions he must of been feeling, I don’t think their was dry eye in the room when he saw Jemma for the first time in her dress.
There were bagpipes bellowing around the church, portraits on the bridge across the stream and then moratis and champagne in the garden. The sun shone until late evening when the ceilidh began and the party atmosphere started.
A champagne day of celebration.
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