From the Marble Chapel to the finest white Italian marble, a Mount Stuart Wedding is possibly the perfect Scottish wedding venue.
Mount Stuart was once described as ‘the most magnificent private sanctuary in the country’.
You can easily see why too.
Weddings are a fairly recent event in the grand scheme of things at Mount Stuart. They have been making dreams come true for happy couples since 1995.
Mount Stuart House is a unique wedding venue. With breathtaking ceremony & reception spaces as well as room for 37 guests, it is a wedding venue to be seen and introduced to in person.
Stairways To Heaven
The marble clad stairways are great locations for capturing shots of the bride and/or groom.
With the beautiful arches in the background and the subtle lighting to compliment any flowing dress.
With stunning artwork dawning the walls, you know you’re in a venue steeped in history on the Isle of Bute.
It’s the perfect balance of luxury and homeliness with the added romance of being on a Scottish Island.
Other opportunities for photographs from the stairway include the happy couple’s making their wedding breakfast entrance to their guests. Or perhaps capturing the Bride and her entourage making their way down to the chapel for their wedding ceremony.
Mount Stuart is situated in 300 acres of glorious gardens. If the weather is good enough then the opportunity to photograph moments outdoors with guests is a must.
The rolling lawn that leads down to the waters edge makes the elevated position of Mount STuart even more incredible from the shoreline.
Mout Stuart Weddings definately offer more than enough choices for the photographer and the married couples. It’s almost overwhelming when it comes to deciding on locations to capture the happy couple.
Evening Receptions at Mount Stuart
Once the excitement of the day is nearing an end, then thoughts turn towards the evening reception.
The marble reception room has the most stunning of ceilings which make you gaze up in awe.
When it comes to the dances, getting the ceiling in is a must – it’s just so beautiful.
Crouching down using a wide-angle lens ensures you get both the happy couple and the ornate ceiling in the shot.
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I could go on for a lot longer about the majesty of Mount Stuart Weddings. Instead, here’s some of my favourite photographs from the Isle of Bute wedding venue.