Drumtochty Castle Wedding

To say I was excited when I received an enquiry from Amy & Ollie to be their wedding photogarpher at Drumtochty Castle is an understatement. Especially since we’ve known each other for many years. Funny part is – I would only realise that at the pre-wedding photoshoot!

Drumtochty Castle is a 1812, neo-gothic style castellated mansion. It sits approximately three kilometres northwest of Auchenblae, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Photographing a wedding in a new venue is always a bit of a challenge. First of all because I spend a lot of time on top of my regular shooting pattern scouting the location and visualising the story. This way I know exactly what the finished story line is going to be and I can comfortably focus on building it throughout the day.

Safe to say, it took me a long time to get around the estate. Drumtochty Estate is a big place and St Palladius church, where the ceremony was to take place quite a walk away through the forest.

Cairn o’mount that we decided to use for wedding portraits is even further away! There’s nothing but positive side to that story.

Enjoy the photos and let me know what you think in the comments section!


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