April 04, 2015

Dryburgh Abbey Wedding – Part Two

Dryburgh Abbey Wedding

A couple weeks ago I made a blog post about a wedding I photographed at the end of December at Dryburgh Abbey. The wedding itself took place at a church a few miles away from the hotel but following the ceremony everyone headed back over to Dryburgh Abbey Hotel.

Following a really short reception at Dryburgh Abbey Hotel I took the couple into the grounds of Dryburgh Abbey itself and this was great. I love old abbey/castle sites and Dryburgh Abbey itself was absolutely perfect for taking photos.

All in all this was a really nice wedding to photograph with the only downside that it took place in December and we ran out of daylight way too soon making some shots a little difficult (but not impossible).

So here are photos from the second part of this wedding at Dryburgh Abbey and Dryburgh Abbey Hotel

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