Many of my wedding clients who get married in St Andrews are not from the town. Some have connections with it, perhaps going to university here, for others it’s the golf. Being the home of golf St Andrews is at the top of the list for many when it comes to places to visit and for the well-travelled Andrew and Danielle it was the place they chose to get married.
The Old Course Hotel is a beautiful venue for you wedding, standing at the edge of the famous 17th “Road Hole” overlooking the Old Course and within easy reach of many wonderful locations around the town it is easy to see why so many people choose to get married there.
I started my day with Danielle and her bridesmaids at the hotel for the getting ready shots before heading off to see Andrew and his grooms men. After making sure that everyone was wearing their kilts correctly it was off downstairs to the conservatory to await the arrival of the bride.
After the ceremony was over everyone moved up to the Road Hole Bar on the top floor of the hotel for the drinks reception, while Andrew, Danielle and I tried to beat the weather and take a trip to the beach before the rain came on. A mission we successfully accomplished….. just!
The wedding then moved down to the ballroom for the meal and the evening party to continue in to the small hours.
Below are a few images from Andrew and Danielle’s Old Course Hotel Wedding. Don’t forget, you can also view their wedding slideshow here.