Meanwhile, the Bridesmaids and Flowergirls were getting dressed, then they assisted Kerry as she got into her Wedding Dress. Kerry looked stunning! A few pictures followed before it was time for the Civil Ceremony. The Bridesmaids and Flowergirls led the way into the room where the Ceremony was to be held.
After the Ceremony Kerry and Chris left the room and headed towards the front of the Hotel, followed by their Guests. Kerry and Chris wanted to make the most of the weather for their pictures. Although wet outside, it was not cold at all, and with the help of Guests, minimum fuss, good organisation, we took a few requested family pictures. On a roll, with the agreement of Kerry and Chris, we continued with other pictures especially as the weather was holding up and we had light! A couple of pictures with Kerry and Chris with the children walking in the grounds with afternoon sun was a bonus! With these pictures achieved, Kerry and Chris had a short time to enjoy the Drinks Reception, whilst we caught up on some informal pictures..
It was soon time for Kerry and Chris’ ‘together’ pictures. The River Tay provided a wonderful backdrop which we used as well as making full use of the trees and the fallen autumn leaves. Wonderful colours, together with the changing colours in the sky. As the mist came down Chris wanted a picture with all the men in Kilts and a short while later it was time for the cake cutting.Then the Wedding Guests took their places for the speeches before the Wedding Breakfast. After coverage of the Speeches, we finally became ‘Guests’ as well! Later, once the Band were set up, the evening celebrations began. Kerrry and Chris’ evening Guests arrived, and soon it was time for the First Dance. A little while later the Ceilidh began, the dance floor was full! After capturing some dancing pictures, we put our cameras down and joined the party! A wonderful Ballathie House Wedding!
Update! – some kind words Kerry and Chris sent after receiving their finished wedding album. Click here.