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        Matt and Naomi got married last summer at the amazing Knockraich Farm in Fintry. I absolutely love this venue and the way it’s set out. You get all the feel and style of a rustic farm. Plus, in summer you get to have your ceremony in the beautiful kitchen garden (if it rains, don’t worry they have an equally amazing Stone Bothy for your vows) with scenic views for all your guests and thats not even mentioning the completely charming tin shed for your meal and dancing.  

        Not to be outdone with picking one badass venue. The guys chose to have the whole venue decorated in one of the most beautiful floral displays I have yet to see at a wedding. Each arrangement was packed with loads of colourful, bright and attention grabbing flowers, that tied in perfectly with the venues aesthetic. Oh and checkout the sunflower arch!! So much archful beauty 😍

        Since I am a wedding photographer, I should also mention its a bit of a dream venue for a wedding photography. Along with the previously mentioned highlights, the venue also boasts its very own orchard, private garden, ivy walled courtyard, stone bothy and several paddocks (with views) that can be used for those late evening photo session strolls when the suns on its way down. Ahhh.. I love places like this.

        Lastly,  I wanted to give a shout out to the band (The Banjo Lounge Four). Along with my family I actually had the good fortune of seeing these guys at Doune the Rabbit Hole earlier that summer. They were great then and they were equally as great on the big day. Think if I were ever looking for a band to get my wedding party started, I would start here. But I won’t because I’m already married, but I would if I could…but I won’t…I definitely won’t.

         

         

        Venue – Knockraich Farm 
        Flowers- Tomnah’a Market Garden, Comrie Croft, by Crieff
        Kilts – Slaters 
        Celebrant – Mandy Evans Ewing

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