Back when I was 18 I was offered a place to read English at St Andrews university but I ended up choosing English and History of Art at York, at the time I didn’t know how heart-wrenchingly beautiful Scotland is. But hindsight is a wonderful thing! I never made it up to St Andrews for a visit so this September I was so happy to have the opportunity to finally visit Scotland’s first university. I arrived the evening before to attend the rehearsal and meet Mark and Emma for the first time. I was overwhelmed with how lovely the area was and St Salvator’s Chapel was just stunning.
Emma was radiant and as you can see from the pictures didn’t stop smiling all day. She beamed her way down the aisle and the service was one filled with laughter and love. After the ceremony the guests headed back to Carphin House where the bridal party were staying for canapes and champagne. The weather stayed so fine that everyone was able to stand outside on terrace and enjoy the views over the hills of Cupar.
As the sun was setting and most of the guests had departed I took Emma and Mark off for a quick walk around the grounds for some final pictures. They didn’t stop chatting and laughing the whole way around. I am sure they are destined for a very happy future together and I’m grateful to have been a part of a very special wedding.