Glenbervie House Hotel wedding photos and video for Kirsty and David. We’re delighted to share the story of this fabulous day with you.
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Glenbervie House Hotel wedding photos
We had a wonderful time as Kirsty and David’s Glenbervie House Hotel wedding photographers. Here is a selection of our favourite photos from their perfect day.
Glenbervie House Hotel
Glenbervie House Hotel is an impressive Victorian manor house that sits elegantly at the end of a long tree-lined driveway.
The venue has acres of beautiful parkland near Larbert in Stirlingshire, Scotland.
We had previously been the wedding videographer at Glenbervie House Hotel and knew this would be a beautiful setting for Kirsty and David’s day.
David McRobert of Bagpiper Online played the pipes to welcome the guests. Kirsty’s mum and her bridesmaids, Jayne, Cat, and Gemma, were the first wedding party to arrive.
Emotions were high as they waited for Kirsty.
The piper played as he walked down the driveway ahead of the wedding car, a silver Mercedes carrying Kirsty and her Dad.
Kirsty looked absolutely beautiful in her gorgeous wedding dress by Sottero and Midgely.
She wore her hair in a classic chignon style, a tiara and a delicate veil.
A vibrant pink lipstick perfectly completed her bridal look.
Humanist marriage ceremony
Kirsty and David exchanged their wedding vows in a Humanist marriage ceremony officiated by celebrant Craig Flowers of Independent Humanist Ceremonies.
Their ceremony was laid back and relaxed, outlining our couple’s personality and love for one another.
We loved hearing Craig describe how our couple first met and how they came here today.
Kirsty and David went to the same school together.
Kirsty had a little crush on David, but David asked Kirsty out on their first date.
Kirsty and David share a love for travel, especially France, which they hold deep in their hearts as that is where David romantically proposed to Kirsty.
They declared their love and respect for each other before their family and friends.
Kirsty and David chose to follow an ancient Celtic tradition of handfasting.
This is a declaration of their love and union and where the phrase ‘tying the knot’ originates.
Guests gathered outside the front of the hotel for the confetti shot.
As Kirsty and David’s Glenbervie House Hotel wedding photographers, we loved capturing this joyful moment on camera. Just look at their beaming smiles!
Family and newlywed photo shoot
Guests enjoyed drinks and canapes as we captured family group photos, followed by Kirsty and David’s newlywed photo shoot.
We strolled around the manicured grounds of Glenbervie House Hotel together, photographing and filming precious moments of the newlyweds.
Stylish wedding reception
Guests stood up, clapped, and cheered as the newlyweds made their grand entrance and were piped to their top table.
They thanked their piper and presented him with a dram of whisky.
Guests enjoyed funny and heartfelt speeches from Kirsty’s Dad, Groom David and best man Stephen before dining on a delicious wedding breakfast.
Surrounded by their loved ones, the newlyweds took centre stage to perform their first official duties as husband and wife, cutting their cake and their romantic first dance to Ed Sheeran’s ‘Perfect’.