A day that starts with clay pigeon shooting and a dip in a pond is always going to be a wedding to remember. This is exactly how George and the lads started their day at the Wonderful Wedderlie House. As the ladies were getting pampered and beautified (shut up that’s totally a word) the lads were enjoying a refreshing cold dip in the water. Side note- if someone finds a pair of prescription glasses at the bottom of said pond, you can return them to one of George’s groomsmen.
Anyhoo enough pond chat…
It was my first time at Wedderlie house and my gosh is it a belter! Jamie, Kamile and their team run a tight and well oiled machine. The place has loads of scope for awesome pictures, which is a wedding photographers dream! The weather was on our side, allowing Zoe & George an outdoor ceremony, in the ground’s beautiful walled garden. There were a couple of surprise guests on the day- a pair of heckling peacocks! Definitely another first for me!!!
It was a fantastic wedding to shoot. Thank you to Zoe and George for letting me be part of your day and to the guys at Wedderlie house, thank you for making my day much easier with such an awesome venue!
Venue – Wedderlie House
Catering – Pantry Events
Florist – Narcissus Flowers
Hair – Karin SL Hairdressers
Make up Artist – Sarah Jane Macinnes Make Up
Event Decor – Make Believe Events
Band – The Upbeats
Videographer – Simon Boda Productions
Second Shooter – Lee Swift Productions
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