Snow and I mean not just a wee shower greeted Ross and Leonie for there wedding day at Piperdam in early March. Weather reporters were calling this ‘the beast from the east’ a few days prior. Scotland can be a right fickle when it comes to weather!
Leonie had planned to get ready with her close pals in her home town of Brechin at the newly decorated and charismatic Airlie House. With my winter boots packed and snow shovel in the back of the car, I left home early and made the drive from Perthshire.
When I met Leonie the first thing she said to me was ” We hoped for a flurry of snow on our wedding day!”
From that moment I knew the day was all going to fall into place, both were so fun to photograph and even insisted on going outside for some pictures. The day had some lovely, poignant and emotional moments, with a balloon release for the recent loss of Ross’s gran and Leonie’s dad. Some touching, heartfelt stories told about them during the speeches and you could really feel how close everyone was to them as Campbell, Ross and Ryan made there speeches.
A huge thanks to everyone involved in the day, with everyone coming together the snow was never really an issue – in-fact it made the day all the more special. Congratulations again Ross and Leonie, here’s to you and to a happy future together. Please keep in touch.
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Remembrance – Balloons were released to remember the recent loss of Ross’s Gran and Leonie’s Dad. It was a lovely, poignant moment for everyone.