The planning of the wedding of Mally and Ross was a feat of long-distance organising. Mally’s parents normally reside in the Cayman Isles and the couple currently live in Hong Kong, so it was a testimont to their planning skills that the wedding went ahead in their house near Comrie without a hitch!
Mally looked absolutely stunning in a beautiful, traditional wedding dress, which she accesorised with a pair of scarlet heels. She was driven to the church by her father in his vintage Alvis – with the roof down! A few showers along the way to the church did nothing to stop her smiling or looking anything but gorgeous.
After a very emotional service in Dunblane Cathedral, the couple celebrated in the sunshine with friends and family before driving off in the back of another Alvis.
On the way to the reception we stopped at Langside just outside Comrie for a few photographs of the couple amidst the sun-spotted rolling hills.
Back at the house, guests were treated to oysters and guinness or strong, sweet tea before being invited in to the marquee, which had been decorated with tropic plants and bold colours.
After three hilarious speeches and a first-class meal, the couple started off the dancing with an Orcadian “Strip the Willow”.
We wish Mally and Ross much love and happiness together, wherever in the world they may end up!