Dunglass wedding photography

19th May 2015

This Saturday sees us back at Dunglass again. We've covered the wedding photography at Dunglass quite a lot recently, being so close to us and having covered a lot of weddings there helps to show what we like to do.

So I thought I'd share some of our favourite photos and thoughts about the venue. I plan do this kind of blog as a series, covering our most visited venues where we are the wedding photographers.

So this is episode 1 of our wedding photography favourite & most visited venues !

So what's so special about Dunglass as a wedding venue ?
Great scenery, vintage & traditional, whilst still being contemporary, great staff that excel in looking after you and great views.
It's also quite sheltered. We've shot wedding photography at Dunglass in all kinds of weather and there's never been a day that's been spoiled by it.

The main house where - usually - the girls camp out on the night before the wedding and get ready is great. Big spacious rooms and light streaming through - great for make up and hair to get all sorted :)

Also on site are smaller cottages where the guys can be kept separate from the girls, but still get ready on site. You can actually have both sides of the family staying there with room to spare.

The church itself is a great old building , built around 1450. It's a ruin really, but still provides ample shelter for the ceremony. The staff at Dunglass are continually making improvements to the church to make the experience even better for couples and their guests.

Then there is the huge marquee for your meal and evening shin-dig. Again - all very recently improved and a great place for the merriment to continue.

And of course, you can't forget about the grounds that the site is in. With wooded hills and spring flowers, a pond and views of the sea.

* Secret tip... if you are staying there on the Sunday, take a half hour hike to the top of the hill behind the big house (though the trees and keep heading up) you'll find a Victorian summer house and the foundations of a very old French fort - and stunning views.

The whole site is a wedding photographers dream location.
So there you go , I hope you enjoyed our small presentation on Dunglass, and the wee slideshow. Pop back again soon to see who we feature next.


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