The bride and groom in a old decrepit building

Shannon & Jeremy

ajenns Wedding Photography

From the roots of Scotland these two “tied the knot”.  Literally they performed a handfasting ritual which is where the saying actually came from.  Tying the 3 brands of rope together signifies joining their lives together forever.  Getting married with your closest friends on the “back 40” of a farm yard is great way to go and make it your own.

Small backyard wedding on country farm Scottish hand fasting ritual Jeremy leaning in up to his bride Shannon The bride and groom in a old decrepit building The couple showing off their rings  through tall grass and holding hands The bride and groom in front of a rapeseed field The wedding rings inside the brides dress ties The bride and groom posing with a shotgun The rings sitting on an engraved  shotgun The couple riding away on their ATV The wedding bands on a rope  in tall grass The grooms best friend resting on his shoulder.

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