Lindores Abbey Distillery Wedding Photography
Lindores Abbey Distillery wedding photographer. Lindores Abbey is a fabulous, Uber-cool, new wedding venue in Fife Scotland.
It’s every Scottish wedding photographers dream. The Abbey ruins make a great setting for photographs.
It was the perfect venue for Ceianne and Steven to host their wedding reception. They got married in a beautiful little church in a nearby village. This pair are absolutely made for each other and it was great for me to spend the day photographing their wedding.
I spent the morning with Ceianne and her bridesmaids at her sister’s house. The girls all had their makeup done by the resident makeup artist from Pretty Little Thing, who had driven up from Cheshire especially to do Ceianne’s makeup.
They all looked gorgeous. Her three bridesmaids wore nude pink full length dresses with a subtle satin ribbon tie belt at their waists.
I left the girls getting ready and went to the church to catch up with Steven and his groomsmen. Steven looked fantastic I loved his blue wedding suit, a change from his usual Aberdeen football strip. The yellow tie completed his look.
His little niece was an adorable flowergirl.
She wore a very sweet cream flower girl’s dress with a big bow at the back. Her lovely curls were adorned with a flower crown of white roses.
The bride was piped in by a Scottish piper as the vintage wedding car drove down the country lane to the church.
Ceianne looked just stunning as she walked up the church path on her Grandpa’s arm.
After the ceremony everyone was able to relax and celebrate with some Champagne and canapés at
Lindores Abbey Distillery.
Their gorgeous dogs Buster and Betsy were there to meet them. They are just the cutest pups and they know how to work a camera!
Emma from Supernova Wedding Designs had done a fantastic job decorating the distillery. The table decorations were beautiful.
I loved all the amazing little touches and the wonderful white and green flowers.
We made full use of the Abbey ruins for photographs, even though we had to dodge the summer showers.
The guests had their wedding breakfast up in the distillery It’s light and airy and is such a quirky setting.
After everyone had enjoyed a very relaxed meal there was the first dance to a fantastic wedding band and then its was just chill out time.
The Lindores Distillery courtyard was turned into a mini festival area with food trucks serving pizza, crepes and cocktails.
The sun was setting and everyone was definitely ready to party the night away. This was one of these weddings that no one will forget.
The flowers were truly wonderful and added so much to the style of this wedding.
Emma and her team had done a brilliant job. Ceianne’s bridal bouquet was magnificent. White roses and green foliage very on trend for 2018.