Errol Park Weddings | Stunning romantic wedding venue in Fife
Errol Park is a private house that has only recently begun hosting weddings and what a place! It has everything you could wish for as a Scottish wedding photographer perspective! The historic mansion house has period features at every turn including a magnificent double staircase and the grounds hold many locations to be explored for the wedding photo shoot.
Fiona and Alasdair’s families had been busy in the days leading up to the wedding decorating and transforming the old stables where the wedding meal and dancing would later take place. It looked absolutely stunning; it was the best DIY wedding I have seen so far.
The weather was kind enough for the wedding to be held outdoors, which gave the assembled guests breathtaking panoramic views of the River Tay from Errol Park’s elevated position. It was a fun ceremony including readings from Alasdair’s grandfather along with Gaelic singing, followed by the congregation singing the Beatles classic ‘All you need is Love!’ to finish.
Fiona and Alasdair had a bit of peace and quiet as we explored the extensive grounds for the pre wedding photoshoot before joining their friends and family for hugs and kisses all round! Having had a pre wedding shoot with Fiona and Alasdair we were all familiar and comfortable with each other which really shone through in the wedding photos.
The wedding breakfast was held in the old barn which Fiona and Alasdair’s family had transformed into a wonderful place for a reception. They had put up fairy lights and flowers along with photo montages of their life together; it was fantastic. The food provided by Carole at Lazy Sunday was absolutely delicious. The dance floor was a very busy place as the ceilidh got into full swing.
Here are some images from a simply fantastic Errol Park wedding!!
Fiona looked absolutely stunning in her classical dress…
Fiona bought Alasdair a wooden watch for the wedding…
Florist – Cath from Blue Poppy Florist
Band – The Cutting Edge Band.
Catering – Carole Fitzgerald, Lazy Sunday