Shanna and John first got in touch with me last year about photographing their Crail Parish Church wedding. The church is in the picturesque fishing village of Crail in the East Neuk of Fife, and the reception was to be held at Kilconquhar Castle Estate, a beautiful setting for a Scottish Wedding.
I don’t think I’ve ever run around between so many different places during a wedding but in the end it’s all in a days work and even in the sweltering heat everyone got to where they were meant to be on time. My day, as it often does, started with Shanna and the girls getting their hair done at True Colours Hairdressers in St Monans. Then a short trip back to Shanna’s mums house in Pittenweem for some bridal preparation shots.
From there a quick trip down the road to John’s family farm near Anstruther to meet with John and his grooms men before John jumped into his beloved tractor for the short journey down to Crail Parish Church.
The weather was amazing all day, with temperatures almost reaching 30 degrees. After the ceremony John, Shanna and myself stopped off in Pittenweem again to grab a few portraits of the happy couple while the rest of the guests made their way to Kilconquhar Castle Estate for the reception.
The day was excellent, the party in the evening was a great laugh with family and friends really getting in to the swing of things and were in great spirits, including making full use of the Justforpix Photo Booth.
Below is a short slideshow and a selection of my favourite images from John and Shanna’s Crail Church and Kilconquhar Castle Wedding, I hope you enjoy looking at them.
If you are looking for a Kilconquhar Castle wedding photographer, please don’t hesitate to contact me to discuss your wedding