skip to Main Content
01671 830504 or 07917 604988 Studio located: 22 Main Street, Kirkcowan, Wigtownshire, DG8 0HQ
Wedding Old Place Of Mochrum

Wedding at Old Place of Mochrum

John and Chloe were married at Kirkcowan Church and held their reception at the beautiful Old Place of Mochrum.   Churches, landrovers, castles, trumpets, bagpipes and marquees, their wedding had it all.

The day started off with photographs of the bride at the family farm in Wigtownshire where Chloe and her bridesmaids were taking it in turns to have hair and makeup, it was a great opportunity to catch up and to discuss plans for the day ahead.  The weather looked promising and the locations for the wedding ceremony and reception were both local.

I caught up with the groom, John at Kirkcowan Church and I took some photographs of his groomsmen prior to the arrival of the guests.  The whole village turned out to spectate and to wish them both well.

Chloe was right on time and she arrived in style in a shiny landrover defender, the only fitting way to travel for a country girl and a budding shepherdess.  After a lovely ceremony conducted by Rev. Boyle we emerged into glorious sunshine.  After taking some photographs outside the church we headed off towards the reception venue, the Old Place of Mochrum.

The Old Place of Mochrum was built in 1385 and is an estate comprising of 16,500 acres of open moorland, lochs and fields and is a fabulous location to have a wedding reception.

All  in all the day was perfect, right down to the last detail.  Both Chloe and John were amazing and it was a pleasure to take their photographs.  Here are a few images from their day…

002 005 012 014 016 018 027 029 032 037 043 045 064 072 075 081 085 090 109 112 001 116 118 124 127 133 134 136 137 138 140 151 155 156 158 162 170 173 188 191 212 222 225 227 236 240 248 251 256

261 276 286 289 309 324 330 355 357 362 415 242

 

Dan Baillie

Wedding and portrait photographer from Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. Covering weddings and special events throughout Scotland.

Back To Top