One of the best ways to personalize a wedding is to incorporate elements of your history and family traditions into the day, which is exactly what Scott and Ashley did for their wedding. From the kilts made with Scott’s family tartan (and with no “wardrobe malfunctions” that I’m aware of) to the Church where Ashley was baptized and spent much of childhood, this wedding very accurately reflected their personality and their history.
Ashley’s childhood church, Mother of Sorrows in Peninsula, is quite possibly the smallest venue that we’ve ever photographed a ceremony in but what it lacked in size, it more than made up for in charm, history and coziness. The pews were packed wall to wall and I distinctly remember trying to squeeze myself into a corner of the balcony next to the musicians with my knees up to my chin in order to get a clean shot of Scott and Ashley during the ceremony.
After the ceremony, we piled into the Rolls and rolled our way down to Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens where we explored the grounds with the bridal party before heading into the manor for the party.
We had a fantastic time with you guys, Scott and Ashley, and thank you so much for letting us be a part of your day! Congrats!
We’ll start off with some of Genevieve’s favorite images:
And James’ favorites: