Lauren and Callum chose to tie the knot in their own unique style. Lauren paired a stunning blue and white dress with a folded paper bouquet, while Callum wore the traditional Scottish Kilt, adorned with the family colours. The bride also wore the kilt pattern as a garter; it was a cute little detail that unified the couple before the ceremony even began.
They married at Kings Croft, Pontefract, in their unique glass pavilion that allowed the sun to shine onto the whole congregation. It was a very sweet ceremony, with a few tears shed, and smiles from all.
All 40 guests managed to fit into one photo, achieved by using the balcony to mimic an aerial-style shot. The smaller and more intimate portraits worked brilliantly as well, although mixing Kilts and jumping provided a few awkward moments and many deleted pictures!
At the reception there were a variety of games that had everyone laughing. All things from Mr & Mrs, to sack racing, everybody was involved in the fun. This was followed by an evening of dancing, in which truly all the guests, of all ages, were up and moving.
Congratulations to Mr & Mrs Hart, enjoy looking through their day!