An intimate Aberdeenshire wedding in a historic Scottish Durn house
Lauren and John planned their dream wedding in the midst of the pandemic that shall not be named, and chose to keep numbers small and the ceremony intimate. A wedding at Durn House, in Portsoy, Aberdeenshire, was the perfect choice for them, they had originally wanted to get married on the beach, but with the unpredictable nature of the Scottish weather felt it was safer to have a venue.
It was forecast rain and the front room with the fireplace (which is stunning I might add, scroll down to the last photo to see the bride in front of the fireplace!) was all set up ready. Luckily the rain never materialised and everything was moved outside to the beautiful grounds outside the Aberdeenshire historic house. The front steps were the perfect place for formals and the confetti exit!
I managed to grab a coupke of haggis bon bons (food of gods) before we left to do the couples portraits.
Lauren and John nominated a friend to drive us down to Sandend Beach for some stunning post-wedding portraits. The conditions were perfect as it was just a little overcast and we had the beautiful blue sea behind us
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