This beautiful Rolls Royce belonged to a neighbour and it was immaculately turned out for its role on the day.
Preparations were well underway in the house
Jen's dress was from Blackburn Bridal Couture in London and looked stunning hanging up...
..and even better when Jen was ready to go.
Off to the church in Rothbury - I hitched a lift with the bridesmaids in the Bentley from Alnwick Wedding Cars while Jen, and her dad followed in the luxury of the Rolls.
The church service was a nice blend of dignified ceremony with a light-hearted atmosphere...
Flowers were by local Rothbury supplier Flowers and Foliage
Back at Callaly Castle a piper had been posted to the roof beside a Saltire flying in honour of Ally's Scottish family
The marquee was looking great thanks to the marquee providers Best Intent, the caterers Epicurus and in no small measure to Jen's own hand-made bunting
Jen, Ally and I wandered round the gardens for a few minutes to get a few fun 'formal' shots before the meal.
Martha the flower girl with a much loved, and well dressed bunny.
The speeches were very funny, moderately outrageous and well delivered; They went down very well with everyone
We had time to quickly cut the Dreamworld cake before the first dance - maybe we cut it a bit too quickly...!
The Ceilidh band led off the top table and wedding party in a Strip the Willow as the First Dance which was really fun. The non-Scots put in a good show and when I left the dance floor was absolutely packed.
Jen & Ally's 150 guests were the most enthusiastic set of guests you could hope for; rounds of applause in the church, great fun during the family photos, superbly responsive to the speeches and well up for a dance. It was a brilliant, colourful, happy day which I really enjoyed being a part of.
Thanks for having me there and I'll talk to you when you're back from honeymoon.
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