At the beginning of April I was back in St Andrews for Greig and Steph’s wedding at the beautiful Old Course Hotel. Unusually for a wedding at the Old Course Hotel I had a lot of travelling about to do prior to the ceremony.
So my day started by meeting up with Greig and his dad on the 17th tee of the Old Course to grab a few images of them on Grieg’s pre-wedding round of golf. I wont tell you whether Greig won or lost the match but I will say that after laughing at his dad hitting his 2nd shot on the 17th about 10 yards Greig proceeded to stick his ball straight into the Road Hole bunker, perhaps his mind was on other things!
Then it was time for me to leave the groom and head over to Sutherlands Hair and Beauty in Tayport to meet up with Steph and her bridesmaids. After capturing some images here I headed over to Cupar to the house where Steph was getting ready to get a few details shots of the dresses, shoes and flowers.
Then I was on the move again, back in to St Andrews for a quick visit to Grieg’s parents house to spend a little time with the groom and his groomsmen before heading back over to Cupar to get some shots of the Bride, her bridesmaids and parents before they left for the ceremony.
Steph arrived at the hotel in style in an Audi R8, not a your run of the mill wedding car, but stylish none the less. As with most Old Course Hotel weddings the ceremony took place in the conservatory after which I whisked the happy couple away down to the West Sands for a few couple portraits before letting them go up to the Road Hole Bar for their reception.
The wedding breakfast normally takes place in one of the hotel’s ballrooms but Greig and Steph had chosen to have their meal in the conservatory instead, it’s a lovely bright room and certainly makes a change from the windowless ballrooms. After the speeches were done it was time for me to leave them to enjoy their meal, and for me to sit down and have something to eat too.
Soon the evening party was ready to kick off with music provided by the Black Sheep Music Society, a brilliant live band who very quickly got the dance floor full of bodies pulling all sorts of strange moves. As the party got in to full swing I took Grieg and Steph outside again for a couple more portrait shots on the Swilcan Bridge.
below are a few of my favourite images from their wedding, you can also find the wedding slideshow at the bottom of the page. Please feel free to leave the happy couple a message below the images if you would like to.