My first ever Comrie Croft wedding was incredible! Alice and Simon’s wedding was filled with so many lovely details giving the barn at Comrie Croft an almost Christmassy feel (if that’s an actual word!). Read all about it below or skip to the pictures to see for yourself!
Their wedding ceremony was held in the lovely gothic chapel of Innerpeffray Library which is also the oldest lending library in Scotland and well worth a visit! The library chapel, a 10 minute drive from Comrie Croft, only holds a few weddings a year and I can see why Alice and Simon wanted to hold their ceremony here. It provided a beautiful setting for their informal ceremony in which they and their guests sang along to songs such as It Must Be Love by Madness.
After the ceremony it was time for confetti throwing, mingling and other activities which all tied in nicely. I took some portraits of the newly married couple in the chapel which provided the most beautiful window light. Meanwhile guests made their way to the reception and indulged in some mulled wine and cracker pulling. Alice, who works in theatre, provided so many lovely touches to the decor and her creative touch was clear to see. We carried on with family photos and it was so nice that Alice had chosen her granny to be one of her bridesmaids! Alice and Simon then held the most amazing party after the speeches. The dancefloor quickly filled when their first dance song came on, The Cutter by Echo and the Bunnymen, and much to my surprise confetti began falling from the ceiling! Overall, a great way to end the 2016 wedding season.
Comrie Croft is just one of many fantastic wedding venues in Perthshire and you can find other venues I’ve photographed at in the area on this page. If you would like to contact me to discuss your wedding photography you can do so here.
A FEW OF MY FAVOURITES FROM THEIR COMRIE CROFT WEDDING