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With love from Scotland… part one

Kilts, sporrens, and the broadest of happy smiles are lined up for you right now in this beautiful wedding day. Who doesn’t love a groom in a kilt… and one with a tear in his eye as he sees his bride approach the altar in church?

You’ll love this, you really really will. And I dare you not to cry just a little bit in the next five minutes!

wedding photography real wedding photos by ARJ Photography Cheshire (1)This wedding was submitted by my friend and wedding blog sponsor Adam Johnson of ARJ Photography in Manchester. Andy and Bec were married at St Benedict’s church in Womborne with a reception at Dunsley Hall in Kinver. Andy’s family are Scottish and there were many lovely details incorporated into the wedding to celebrate the Scottish connection.

Bec is a stunning bride with a beautiful smile: there are nervous moments and a few tears for both bride and groom today – but when they’re together Andy and Bec just look so happy.

wedding photography real wedding photos by ARJ Photography Cheshire (2)Natural, flawless bridal make up and a beautiful hair accessory make Bec the most beautiful of brides. I love the pearls and tiny crystals she wears in her hair.

wedding photography real wedding photos by ARJ Photography Cheshire (3)HM Veils specialise in creating individual designer handmade wedding veils for the more discerning bride: www.hmveils.co.uk

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wedding photography real wedding photos by ARJ Photography Cheshire (5)Everything is ready at Bec’s parents’ house: the dress, those gorgeous bridal shoes from Jane Shilton and even the Rolls Royce outside!

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wedding photography real wedding photos by ARJ Photography Cheshire (10)The first hint of Scotland is the bagpiper waiting outside the church. It’s touching to see Bec’s nerves and wedding photographer Adam Johnson says her dad knew just how to make her smile again.

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wedding photography real wedding photos by ARJ Photography Cheshire (13) Meanwhile Andy waits with the same nervous excitement as his beautiful bride is feeling outside…

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wedding photography real wedding photos by ARJ Photography Cheshire (18)This photograph inside the church is stunning. It’s great to see the grandeur of the church paid tribute to – such an awe inspiring building and a fabulous place to be married.

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wedding photography real wedding photos by ARJ Photography Cheshire (22)And from this point onwards it’s smiles, smiles and more smiles.

wedding photography real wedding photos by ARJ Photography Cheshire (23)A walk through the poppy fields provides some gorgeous photo opportunities

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wedding photography real wedding photos by ARJ Photography Cheshire (25)I’m going to leave you admiring these glorious colours for a few hours now… and tomorrow it’ll be time for part two of this gorgeous real wedding.

wedding photography real wedding photos by ARJ Photography Cheshire (26)Tomorrow we’ll be sharing more portraits, some giggles with the best men in their kilts, an evening photo session with Andy and Bec, speeches, dancing, sky lanterns and Best Man TV.

If that’s not enough to keep you coming back for more, I can also promise a glimpse of what the best men wore under their kilts. And trust me – you won’t want to miss it.

Thanks, for now, to Adam Johnson of Manchester based ARJ Photography for submitting this wedding day.

See you in the morning!

Claire xx

 

 

Claire Gould

Claire spends her days writing - either in beautiful calligraphy or online. She lives on the edge of the English Lake District only minutes away from the beach, where she loves to escape and unwind. Claire's calligraphy can be found at www.byMoonandTide.com. Claire launched the English Wedding Blog in November 2009 - it's been a top 10 UK wedding blog ever since, with a regional focus we hope you LOVE.

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3 COMMENTS
  • Charlotte O'Shea
    8 years ago

    Hydrangea, portraits in the poppy fields and a princess dress. Looks like a perfect W-day to me.

    Charlotte xxx

  • Claire
    8 years ago
    AUTHOR

    Thanks for your comment Charlotte! (hee… I’m wedding-blogger-star-struck now 🙂
    Adam is fab isn’t he – captures the spirit of the wedding day perfectly.
    Claire x

  • Amy
    7 years ago

    Where is her pearl hairpiece from??

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