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Photographed by Harper Scott Photography

at Geanies House


Following on from their whirlwind romance, Peter and Brigid, planned a wedding day that was perfectly them, filling it with family, faith and a little bit of abseiling (off a cliff, wrapped in fairy lights)…

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How did you meet?
Inverness Backcountry Snowsports Club, season opener event, though possibly at a prayer-breakfast of the Edinburgh University Christian Union
Our wedding day was inspired by…
skiing, nature and family
Tell us a bit about the day…
It was set in the grounds of Peter’s family estate, Geanies House, Tain. It was a relaxed day, celebrating friendship, unexpected love and the outdoors. In typical fashion, the weather started with the sun splitting the skies only to hide itself for the remainder of the way. It was less about postcard perfect and more about faith and love.
Any advice for future brides and grooms?
Try less conventional catering companies – get good fast-food vans. And don’t listen to anyone who is supposed to be helping you organise your wedding and says “no, sorry, we can’t do that”…
Tell us something that might surprise us about your wedding…
We left the venue by abseiling off a cliff, wrapped in fairy lights, beside/past about 150 guests watching from a viewpoint – bride in a penguin suit, groom in kilt!
What is the one thing you’ll never forget about your wedding day?
Walking around with our photographers and just us two, for a relaxed half an hour between ceremony and reception…
We live in the Highlands, and our families are all in the UK.

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We love the sound of Brigid and Peter’s exit. Anyone else planning a surprise departure for the end of the wedding night? Alie x
Venue – The Groom’s family estate: Geanies House, Tain,
PhotographerHarper Scott Photography. Carole-Ann is creative, fun and really easy to work with – and her photos were brilliant.
Musicians – Duncan MacGillivray