When I first met Trisha + Rory they said 3 words which was all I needed to hear to know I needed to be a part of their day – Sari’s, Bagpipes, and Ceilidh. They celebrated their wedding at Shortflatt Tower, a 13th century historic country mansion in the heart of Northumberland, a beautiful old stone building with a load of quirky, unique and homely spaces made it feel like we were at a Royal’s houseparty than at a wedding venue, I give it a STRONG recommend to check out. Their day began with Stevie Bagpipes (this guy has the talent and the crack to match) playing as the guests arrived in the tower’s courtyard, the perfect space for those spring garden vibes with their adjacent outdoor bar.
The ceremony was a proper heartfelt one with Sarak Clarke (5* review from Just Press Play, check her out!) telling us all about the couple’s story, I don’t think I stopped smiling behind the camera during the whole thing as she told us about how they met and some lovely personal stories with some lush readings from family members.
The evening was a lively affair with Rabbit Foot Club conducting a 100+ person Ceilidh, we were willing to risk it all for the film cutting in and out of everyone spinning around at full speed to be fair but the shots made it worth it
(seriously, everyone was going for it).
Thanks to T+R for letting us be a part of their day!