Being Colin and Sarah’s Kinkell Byre wedding photographer was such a memorable occasion. Colin and Sarah were married at Kinkell Byre near St. Andrews in Fife. Coverage of this wonderful day began with photographing the bridal party preparations a few miles away at Morton Of Pitmilly.
Morton Of Pitmilly is a great collection of self-catering holiday homes. Spacious, with with-quality fixtures and fittings and tastefully decorated throughout, this was a great place for Sarah and the girls to spend the morning being pampered and getting ready for the day.
This was my first ever Kinkell Byre wedding. I can’t think of another wedding where a bride and groom had put so much effort into personalising the day. Practically every aspect of the day, from table decorations to the sofas that guests could relax on. Everything was hand-picked by Colin and Sarah.
Kinkell Byre wedding venue was originally built in the 1700s as a home for cows which were reared at Kinkell farm. The venue is spacious and offers fantastic views across St Andrews Bay and out into the North Sea.
The weather could not have been better. Glorious sunshine meant we could take full advantage of the spacious grounds for both the family group photos and the newly-wed photos.
I loved the speeches, with lots of laughter at some of the stories told by the Best Man. Colin and Sarah are clearly suited to each other and everyone present raised a toast to the newly-weds.
My coverage of this wonderful day drew to a close as Colin and Sarah did their first dance as newlyweds, with one of their friends singing their first dance song.
One of my favourite weddings of the year with a wonderful couple. Congratulations to Colin and Sarah, it’s going to be great to see your photos printed in your wonderful wedding albums.
You might also enjoy Colin and Sarah’s pre-wedding photoshoot at Inverleith Park in Edinburgh.