Victoria and Graham got married last November in the picturesque Fonab Castle in Perthshire. It is a beautiful castle on the outskirts of Pitlochry overlooking Loch Faskally. Their ceremony was held at the nearby Dunkeld Cathedral, which was the perfect setting. Autumn is such an amazing time of year to get married and we made the most of the awesome colours for their photographs.
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Victoria got ready in the beautiful Bridal Suite at Fonab Castle with her parents and bridesmaids, and the atmosphere was full of excitement. Graham gave Victoria a beautiful Mulberry Purse and passport holder along with a book “The Reasons Why I Love You” which provided lots of entertainment. Graham got ready within another room in the Castle with the boys.
The ceremony was a beautiful service by Rev Fraser Penny in the Cathedral at Dunkeld. It is such a breathtaking venue for a wedding ceremony.
Then it was back to the drinks reception at Fonab Castle near Pitlochry. During the drinks reception Graham performed a champagne sabrage to complete and utter perfection – much to Victoria’s relief! After a delicious Wedding Breakfast Graham and Victoria kicked off the party with a first dance to At Last by Etta James and then it was over to the amazing Gold Star who kept the dance floor bouncing all evening.
Victoria and Graham’s wedding was just the happiest occasion and I loved the party atmosphere and the amazing autumn colours. Here’s their wonderful wedding!
Photographed by Laura
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Pitlochry is a vibrant bustling town in the centre of Scotland, it is a very popular tourism destination with visitors coming from all over the world. Loch Faskally sits between Fonab Castle and the town itself, with the River Tummel leaving the loch via Pitlochry Dam where salmon can often be seen leaping. It is home to a population of approximately 3,000 people all year round, with that number more than doubling during the summer months. It is also home to one of the most spectacular light shows in the United Kingdom – the Enchanted Forest which takes place every year in the Autumn.