Errol Park is a wonderful venue. I think all the guests enjoy the grander of the big house, beautiful grounds with the River Tay in the distance.. and the really fabulous Stable, and Clock Tower .. there is so so much to see. On a winters day, when the light is limited. Errol Park still allows us to have a few options on places where we can get some photos taken. From the formal group shots, to the couple portraits.
In the lead up to a couple’s wedding day, I like to FaceTime (or phone call if thats not possible) with the couple to talk through my online wedding day questionnaire, taking a couple through their time plan for the day, and they give me a list of the formal group shots they are wanting. And basically any other details about their day. Nikki and Dougie had mentioned that they had be practicing a wee routine for their first dance. I was really excited to see what they had planned. and BOY OH BOY, they did not disappoint! I think this was the most spectacular first dance, I’d ever seen!! (scroll down to the evening part of this post to see more!).
wedding makers: Venue – Errol Park Estate, Caterers: Lazy Sunday Catering, Florist: Pollination, Edinburgh, Make Up Artist: Lynsay Gerry, Hair: Toni Johnson, Band: Chasing Lights via Elite Bands, Piper – Scott Findlay, Pianist – Simon Armitage, Humanist Celebrant: Susan Douglas-Scott,
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