Kirsty and George were married at Wigtown Church, before heading down to Stranraer for a North West Castle wedding reception. In keeping with all of the weddings this year, the weather had not been great in the week leading up to the ceremony. So everyone breathed a collective sigh of relief when the weather was dry.
The bridal preparations were photographed at the family farm before meeting up with the groom at the church. The groom and groomsmen were in good form as we rattled through a few frames prior to the arrival of the bride. The men were in traditional Scottish attire and the bride had chosen an elegant white dress with contrast provided by the plum colour of the bridesmaids dresses.
After a lovely ceremony conducted by Rev Eric Boyle the bride and bridegroom emerged as husband and wife to much congratulations by their family and friends. After a few group photographs at the church we jumped in the cars and headed up to Torhouse Stones, the location that George proposed to Kirsty. This made the stones a special place to take some photographs of the bride and groom before driving to Stranraer to the North West Castle for the wedding reception.
Congratulations to the happy couple, it was a magical day and a pleasure to photograph.