The girls decided to walk down the aisle together, but didn’t want to see each other before hand, so we had to get clever. We situated Louise on one side of the cottage and Belinda on the other. As the music began, the girls would begin to walk at the same time, with the help of Amy and Lucette coordinating, and then, as they turned the corner and approached the aisle they would see each other for the first time. There was not a dry eye in sight as the girls ran towards each other and embraced, before walking down to the garden archway in our rose garden.
After the ceremony, the girls went off with the help of their bridesmaids to get photos. The amazingly talented Janis House captured everything for the girls and the pictures speak for themselves! Even with the on and off again rain, Janis was able to get some stunning pictures (shown above).
After the photos were done, the girls made their official entrance as wives into the Barn, to commence the Reception part of the evening. The girls decided to stick with Louise’s background and had a Scottish bagpipe band that played all night long. Between the traditional Ceilidh dancing, Highland Dancing and Scottish Country Dancing, the barn sure got a workout.
After all the formalities, everyone took to the dance floor for some good old fun and ended the night with everyone in a circle singing “I will wait for you” by Mumford and Sons.