Have you been to Arrochar? It’s a small village on the road to westerly parts of Scotland and it’s the sort of place that you go to with good intentions to climb the surrounding hills only to abandon all plans in favour of an afternoon by a log fire, drinking something warming and there are few finer fires than the ones in the Village Inn.
Originally, Zoie and Thomas were going to be married outside but, when the weather turned a little grey and damp, they wisely chose to move indoors.
My old pal Colin and his young apprentice were playing the pipes which guaranteed a note-perfect arrival and a coffee and some outrageous chat after the ceremony!
Thomas and Zoie planned an intimate, romantic and highly personal ceremony, one which reflected the journey to their wedding day, their hopes and dreams for their future and, equally importantly, their love of their two mad dogs, Pongo and Daisy. On the day, all their hard work came together in a beautiful and touching ceremony which took place in front of a small gathering of family, all of whom helped wish the happy couple well in their new life together.
Included was a sand ceremony, everyone present at the wedding pouring different coloured sand into a specially chosen glass jar, creating a unique and very special memento for Zoie and Thomas.
Oh, and a cat was watching us. The entire time.
I just want to thank you as I didn’t get a chance earlier. Everyone commented about the brilliant ceremony and i just wanted to thank you for making it perfect for my self and Thomas. The day went in really fast but it’s a day I will cherish for the rest of my life.
Thank you so much
It was my pleasure x