Welcome to Ash + Craig’s Kinnettles Castle Wedding Film
Wow and what a wedding it was! These guys were so much fun and the day was filled with love, emotion, symbolism and did we say fun fun fun! We first met with Ash + Craig during the early planning of their wedding and they told us that they were planning Kinnettles Castle Wedding. We were super excited about this, it is such a beautiful and perfect wedding venue located in heart of Angus, Scotland. Next we got a glimpse into what Ash + Craig were planning for the day and how they wearing bringing both Scottish and Indian customs together in a fusion of traditions.
We spent the morning following all the exquisite preparations for the day and watching the amazing event styling by Jordana Events take shape. Then what followed was a beautiful humanist ceremony by Brenda Reid embodying many traditions after which it was party time. It was also great to be working alongside Sam Brill again who was on hand to capture amazing images from the day, we had a blast, thanks Sam. To be honest it was a delight to tell Ash + Craig’s story. They made it easy for us with fantastic speeches, stories, beautiful scenery, traditions and two fun filled people in love. We got to spend a little extra time with them in the afternoon then in the evening the marque this Kinnettles Castle Wedding came alive for the party. We also got a little extra treat of stunning fireworks from NJE Fireworks team later in the evening.
Ash + Craig thank you so much for choosing us to be your Wedding Videographer for your amazing day. It was our sincere pleasure to be part of your day and tell your story. Actually we really, really, really, mean that. You guys were so inclusive of us and that really was amazing, thank you for having us as guest at the wedding breakfast too, the food and menu was amazing! Let’s not also forget the food cart in the evening too Mum Ruby definitely making sure that we had plenty of fuel in our engines to keep us going…..although I think Craig was quite partial to a marshmallow or two during the fireworks at the firepit.