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Our Friends’ Wedding

Yesterday Sue and I attended our friends’ Ann and David (aka Kit, aka Ferncake) wedding at the Cruin on the shores of Loch Lomond. It was a super day, fantastically planned and organised by the bride and groom.

Ann looked absolutely radiant as she was given away by her son Stuart (Stewart?).

The Reverend Ian Miller was celebrating his own Ruby Wedding but had FIVE weddings to officiate at yesterday such is the popularity of the down to earth Bonhill minister.

A great time was had by all and even the slight disappointment of not being able to have the ceremony outside could not dampen the spirits of the couple or their guests. Kit as anyone who knows him would expect, made a highly entertaining speech as did best man David Richardson.

I’ve done a couple of photo montages with music here. I wheedled the bride and grooms’ musical choices. I’m not of course a professional photographer and apologies to any readers here who aren’t included, but hopefully these give a flavour of the day.

Congrats and best wishes to a super couple.

PS watch right to the end!

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