Adrianne & Ryan’s Market Hall Scottish-Inspired Wedding Celebration | Raleigh, NC

Bagpipes, kilts, and a beautiful October day made for an incredible Scottish-inspired wedding celebration for Adrianne and Ryan.

With a bagpipes led processional, Reverend Anne McKenzie went on to marry these two during their ceremony at Market Hall. Adrianne made a stunning bride, with hair and makeup by Silverceiling Beauty Consulting. Ryan sported a traditional kilt to incorporate his routes into their special day. After taking some time to capture some exceptional photos outside and around the venue, Adrianne and Ryan kicked off their reception with their first dance, father/daughter dance, and mother/son dance. Next up came the cake cutting with a delicious cake from Pastry Works. Gorgeous florals by The English Garden topped their cake, surround the venue, and were seamlessly incorporated into their details throughout the day.

Adrianne and Ryan ended their evening with a special getaway exit in a classic car from Classic Event Cars. A wonderful day was had by all, but most importantly, by the couple. Adrianne and Ryan, thank you for allowing Chestnut & Vine to be such an integral part of your wedding day. We wish you nothing but a lifetime of love and happiness!

All photos by Amelia Cassar Photography

wedding dress

groom getting ready

groom pre ceremony

wedding day hair in action

bride looking in mirror

father of the bride

bagpipes on wedding day

Chestnut and Vine father and daughter

wedding ceremony

Chestnut and Vine wedding

groom in kilt

walking into wedding reception

first dance

father daughter dance

mother son dance

cutting the cake


Photographer: Amelia Cassar Photography

Venue: Market Hall

Wedding Coordinator: Chestnut & Vine Wedding Logistics Coordinators

Officiant: Rev. Ann McKenzie

Florist: The English Garden

Hair & Makeup: Silverceiling Beauty Consulting

Wedding Cake: Pastry Works

DJ: Bunn DJ Company

Transportation: Classic Event Cars

Linen Rentals: CE Rental

Bagpipes: Bruce Wright

All photos by Amelia Cassar Photography