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Destination Wedding in Scotland: Coul House

Wedding photography in Scotland

 

Planning your destination wedding in Scotland? Well, I hope you’ll find this blog post helpful. Scotland is one of the most romantic destination wedding and elopement locations in the world, and Barbara and Keith decided to make their special day even more memorable by getting married there. They had a stunning wedding in the Scottish Highlands near Inverness at Coul House, the venue they chose for their destination wedding in Scotland.

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Wedding Venue in Scotland

 

Coul House was the ideal location for their Scottish wedding ceremony. From the moment you enter Coul House, it’s clear why the bride and groom chose this elegant Scottish property as the location for their wedding venue. With its lush gardens set amongst rolling hills or under huge trees on sweeping lawns where guests can enjoy picturesque views of nature’s beauty during cocktail hour before dinner, the estate provides an ideal backdrop for weddings. One fairytale setting after another!

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Destination wedding in Coul House, Scotland

 

Coul House is situated in the little village of Contin in Ross-shire, which is near Strathpeffer. It is a wonderful place with many Highland attractions to visit. This is a beautiful venue for weddings in the Scottish Highlands, run by a lovely couple – Stuart and Susannah Macpherson. Located just 25 minutes north of Inverness, this little gem has been hosting weddings for years. And it’s easy to see why. The scenery and views are stunning and the house itself has so much character with its antique furniture, large stone fireplaces, and large windows overlooking Scotland. 

I was very excited when Barbara contacted me about having her destination wedding in Scotland photographed by me at Coul House – I could not wait!

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Scottish wedding ceremony

 

The couple decided to have a traditional-style wedding with lots of tartan and kilts. The wedding took place in a beautiful garden at the wedding venue. Barbara chose a simple but elegant lace dress and vintage fascinator for her elegant ceremony. All the male guests were dressed in Scottish kilts. The ceremony was accompanied by bagpipes.

Scotland wedding garden ceremony

Scotland wedding photographer

 

We started our wedding photography portrait session at Coul House and took some photos in front of this beautiful building, before heading into the Highlands where the views were simply stunning. On the way to our wedding photography session, we stopped at places like Rogie Falls, a fish ladder, and mountain views. It was an incredible day – a day filled with love, good humor, and giggles as well as the most beautiful scenery in Scotland.

Scotland wedding bride and groom

The wedding reception was followed by a ceilidh (traditional Scottish dance) which the guests enjoyed! Many of them had flown in from all over America to witness this special moment. As soon as they heard it was finally starting, there was excited cheering and clapping everywhere you looked. The newlyweds danced so passionately with each other that even now I still get teary-eyed remembering how happy everyone seemed to be.

Scotland wedding in highlands

I enjoyed photographing their wedding, and as you can see from the photos, the couple were so relaxed about everything. 

It was an absolute pleasure.

For more information about wedding photography in the Scottish Highlands, please visit my blog or drop me an email today to discuss your plans! I am based in London and enjoy traveling all over Scotland, the rest of the UK, and Europe.

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