Willa & Stuart, Holy Trinity Church and St Andrews Old Course Hotel | Wedding Photography

Posted on 12 May, 2012 by Ditte under Photography
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There’s nothing better than when, after months of planning and hard work, a wedding comes together perfectly. 
Willa and Stuart had worked very hard to put together their big day, with family and friends coming together from all across the world to celebrate with them.
For their engagement shoot a few weeks earlier, we had gone to the beach at St Andrew’s on a cloudy cold day. Being back there on their wedding day, we were bathed in warm sunlight – it was like a completely different place!
To make a good day even better, we loved working with the awesome Steve and Stuart from Cherry Tree Films again.
We hope you enjoy this little preview:

Being the proprietor of an online jewellery company, Jewellery Bird, Willa was spoilt for choice when it came to choosing which jewellery to wear. She chose this beautiful silver butterfly bracelet to wear in the evening.

To celebrate their heritage, Willa and Stuart’s favours consisted of a Scottish, American and German chocolate.

Before the dancing, we had time to nip out for a few photographs on the world-famous Swilken Bridge

The evening ended with Auld Lang Syne.

Willa and Stuart, thanks for having us there with you, we had so much fun capturing your day!
We hope you are having a fantastic honeymoon and are really looking forward to showing you the rest of the photos when you are back!

Ditte & Chris

Willa and Stuart’s wedding suppliers included:
Venue: St Andrew’s Old Course Hotel
Dress: Kerfuffle
Make-up: Made-Up
Flowers: Jamie’s, St Andrews
Jewellery: Jewellery Bird
Videography: Cherry Tree
Photography: First Light

One thought on “Willa & Stuart, Holy Trinity Church and St Andrews Old Course Hotel | Wedding Photography”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Stunning at every level. Almost like being there. –Doyle Phillips (Texas)

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