Tracy & Andy's wedding at Carberry Tower

28th November 2017
Carberry Tower is an amazing venue at any time of year, but on a beautiful autumn day with these rich golden colours , it's just spectacular.
I arrived early as every to check out the grounds, see where we could go for pics later, and I walked into an international proposal... a girl from the USA and a young chap from Australia... he had just proposed, and she said yes ! What a pleasant start to the day :)

The morning hours went pretty much as every wedding does, girls chilling as they get pampered, the guys eventually appearing for a pint, but before too long we were all across in the Chapel for the ceremony.
Duncan Robertson led the guests through a lovely humanist ceremony, probably the most popular type of wedding we're experiencing just now.

Andy & Tracy's wedding, Carberry Tower - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA

Before you knew it, Tracy & Andy, now Mr & Mrs Thomson, were fighting their way through a confetti parade and back across to the main house where we set about taking photos of various groups, and some nice autumn shots of our newly weds.

The whole day was very easy & relaxed for our couple and their guests, and I let Tracy tell me when she wanted to get back inside from the closing in sunlight.
That signaled the start of the exodus of all the guests from the house o the marquee... where we stopped any guys in tartan - like a wedding day customs patrol - for one last official photo.

Then on into the wedding breakfast and speeches... which ended with a nice cuddle from everyone - led by Vic the cuddler :)
(you had to be there).

So, below here is the slideshow highlights of the day for you to check out, and underneath that, the link to the full Gallery of over 300 photos.
Should you feel the desire... you can even order prints directly from there too.

So here's to Tracy & Andy... big thanx for having me at their fabby day!

Full Gallery here...


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