Coo Cathedral is a gorgeous barn wedding venue, nestled in the heart of Royal Deeside, near Aboyne, and I was super excited that A+G’s wedding had finally come around, having booked nearly 2 years before. The day started at Douneside House, Tarland for bridal preparations, and the sun was out in force despite it being late in to the autumn.

I was absolutely in love with Aimee’s dress + shoe choice, and the flowers from the super talented Kim Dalglish complimented the colour scheme perfectly. The whole day was perfection from start to finish, and A+G were complete troopers when I asked them during puddings if they wanted to come run across a field with me…..there was a moon and purple sky we just couldn’t miss! Here’s just a little look at their beautiful day -

Coo Cathedral

Jules @ Platinum Pro Makeup

Carlanne @ Meraki (hair)

Bespoke Catering

Kim Dalglish Florist

Sneaky Treacle (these guys were fantastic - I’ve never heard a wedding band play Baby Shark so well!)

Dress - Eleganza

Cars - Love Weddings

Gregor Mclellan - second shooter


Oh my, this wedding was just beautiful from start to finish!  The Barn at Barra Castle, near Oldmeldrum,  was the perfect backdrop for two amazing families to come together and celebrate Vicki and Neil getting hitched. 

We started the day at Vicki's parents before scooting over to The Barn at Barra Castle lodges for the final preparations, and the big I Do's! The sun shone, the drinks flowed, and amazing band The Watershed kept everyone entertained at night. I really struggled to pick a small it's a bit of a big one - give it a minute to load if you can only see a few! 


Dress - Angharad Bridal, Elgin

Shoes - Kurt Geiger

Make up - Melissa Cheyne

Cake - Katy's Cakes

Caterer - Harry Fraser

Band - The Watershed

Awesome second shooter - Nicola Stewart Photography

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Hannah and Tim were quick off the block booking the beautiful new Aberdeenshire wedding venue, Barn at Barra Castle, when it was still very much in the construction stages. I've been excitedly waiting for this wedding to come around, and it didn't disappoint, with the sun shining, a touch of Zimbabwean flair, a singing bridal party and some twirly whirly ceilidh dancing! 

I really struggled to whittle these down for a blog post, so it's a bit of an epic one! I love how Barn at Barra Castle is a completely blank canvas - each bride and groom can put their own stamp on it, and I adored the happy yellow and blue flowers that decorated the venue, which was done by the family themselves the day before the wedding! Hannah's gorgeous bouquet was by Sakura Florist, based in Alford, and it continued the pretty yellow and blue theme. 

Hannah was the most stunning, ethereal bride - her hair done by Rebecca Carr, and make up by Tiffany Dawson  

Click the slideshow for even more Barn at Barra prettiness! 


Thanks to Nicola Stewart for second shooting for me, and the ceilidh band who had everyone whirling with great enthusiasm was Ceildih Stomp