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Sunday, 29 November 2015

An Amazingly Scottish New Year's Eve Wedding at Tylney Hall

Murray and Demelza had the most fantastic of weddings at the amazing Tylney Hall. Murray and his family are very Scottish so what better day for their wedding than New Year's Eve.

Before they went to Tylney Hall their ceremony was in their local Parish Church of Odiham, walking distance from their cottage.

As Demelza entered the church she was serenaded from the rafters by some really nice flugel and trumpet playing.
At the back of the church, their lovely old faithful golden labrador lay patiently... 

...listening to the proceedings...

 ...until it was his time...when he walked up the aisle to give Demelza and Murray their wedding rings.

And bless him, he was even there with them when they came out of the church, for the first time as Man and Wife. 

Then we had time for some quick group photos outside the church... 

...before Murray and Demelza alighted their wedding carriage and Murray took some traditionally Scottish preventative measures against the cold...

... and then the drive to Tylney Hall for their Reception meal and New Year's Celebrations.

The horse and carriage looked perfect in front of the period architecture of Tylney Hall...

...and Murray looked magnificent in his traditional Scottish attire and...

 ...Demelza looked a million dollars in her bespoke design wedding dress and cloak.

 
The speeches were hilarious...and Scottish...

 ...but in amongst the hilarity (and there was plenty) there were many, many touching moments. They are such a lovely couple!

Murray and Demelza later treated their guests to a wonderfully entertaining dance routine... 

 ...which brought the house down and really set the mood for the evening.

When it came to "seeing out the Old and seeing in the New"...the Scottish really know how to do it. At midnight, Murray and Demelza were piped onto the dance floor...

...and then everybody linked arms to Aulde Lang Syne. What better end could there be to such a wonderfully Scottish day.

Murray and Demelza are a fantastic couple and their wedding was brimming with fun and affection and Scottish tradition. 

It was a brilliant day and an amazing New Year's Eve party to boot. 

We wish Murray and Demelza as much fun and happiness through the rest of their lives together as they had on that amazing day.

by Steve Dunster