My only visit to Rowallan Castle had been for lunch but I remember thinking how great it would be to do a wedding there. The extensive grounds and historic buildings make for a dramatic backdrop and I knew it wouldn’t disappoint.
It’s another exclusive use venue and there’s plenty of rooms for guests to move between. Guests arrive and are invited to walk up the wide, stone staircase leading to the ceremony room which later becomes a bar area. The reception takes place in the bright and airy ballroom. I loved Kirsty & Greg’s attention to detail. Their theme ran through everything and they had obviously put a lot of thought into every aspect of their day. From the cigars and whisky which sat ready for Greg, Best Man and Ushers in the library to the table settings and trivia which guests commented on throughout the day.
The day very much had everything. Watch out for the moment a gust of wind came and Kirsty’s veil covered her bridesmaid and who can forget the bouquet throw, caught by a little girl who is now possibly dreaming of her own wedding in a castle one day.
Here is the wedding highlights film. Thank you both for choosing me to film your day. I wish you the very best for the future x
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