Corrie Fee on Glen Doll is hands down one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland so I thought it was an excellent choice of wedding venue for Mike and Shelley’s wedding ceremony. They are keen mountain climbers who love the outdoors.
Mike and their guests arrived at the Ranger Station on a rather rainy day in May!
A wee walk up the mountain in varying footwear choices ensued to reach beautiful Corrie Fee.
Gary the Humanist set up his (soon to die in the rain) iPad and Shelley and her bridesmaids made their way up the hill for the ceremony.
The rain and wind seemed to get progressively more dramatic as the ceremony went on and I just loved that absolutely no-one cared, they all just happily embraced the drenching! My precious new Sony cameras were experiencing their first Scottish downpour and by this point I’d given up trying to shield them and just let it happen while I lay in the mud!
With the I do’s done, there were a few hugs and congratulations before the guests made their way down the hill.
They newlyweds chucked their brollies away and stayed for a couple of photos before catching up with the guests.
In typical Scottish style, the torrential rain cleared up and half an hour later it was lovely so we got a few more photos at the Ranger Station before heading off.
The reception was held at The Newport Restaurant. All the guests arrived to hear a few speeches before being treated to a great meal overlooking the Tay. The perfect end to an imperfectly perfect day, filled with all the best things: love, laughter, adventure, good food and great people 🙂 Congratulations McWilsons – you rock!
Karen is absolutely brilliant! so lovely and relaxed and really listened to what we wanted for our wedding. also shes the most badass photographer ever who hiked up mountainside in a storm to capture our wedding!🤣 the photos are incredible and we are so so happy with them! cannot recommend her enough! thanks for everything Karen xxxFacebook Review