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drumtochty castle : wedding revisited

Drumtochty castle I read a wedding review of drumtochty castle it said it is out of this world , that is not far wrong a stunning 19th Century Scottish castle in the Scottish Highlands, makes Drumtochty a perfect destination wedding venue . [caption id="attachment_883" align="aligncenter" width="900" caption="Drumtochty Castle Scottish Wedding Venue"][/caption] Jennifer and Chris had their wedding at Drumtochty ,...


Wedding memory wall | a cool photo display idea

Wedding memory wall , you can commemorate your special wedding day by putting up your wedding photo album on display. Called a memory wall. Filling a wall with identically framed images and centered matt board openings. A black line around your images will give the image a great lift. Choose a location in your home a white wall not in...


Wentworth golf course :: wedding revisited

Wentworth golf course Wentworth golf course a Californian couple Stephanie and Terry chose a prestigious english golf club steeped in tradition in the english country side for their destination wedding . Stephanie and Terry were both living in London at the time, they told me Wentworth was their first wedding venue choice , the mpment the drove up the driveway they...


Destination wedding tips | a Martha Stewart wedding in the Caribbean

A destination wedding with Martha Stewart a great destination wedding that became even better after being teamed up with a resort Sandals,for Caribbean weddings on the Bahamas, St Lucia, Jamaica. So the luxury and inspiration of a Martha Stewart, a wedding accented tropical flowers and color add a Martha Stewart wedding cake. Martha has...


WPJA Wedding Photojournalist of the Year

WPJA Wedding Photojournalist of the Year results are out this week WPJA proudly announced the 2009 winner of the Photographer of the Year to Carlo Carletti of Italy so congratulations Carlo , he also won the title in 2006. But I want to give a big mention to Ian Bursill a friend , colleague and great photographer...