Congratulations to Sarah and Kenneth who got married at Brig o’ Doon House Hotel
This was my first time back since it was taken over by The RAD Group and wow!
It really was a day of Love… literally Mr and Mrs Love
I would like to thank Sarah and Kenneth for being such an amazing couple on a very hot and sunny day. Even agreeing to do some pictures in the early evening light down at the bridge.
 

This was my first ever visit to Ardoch in Loch Lomond for Tracey and Mark’s wedding and wow I was blown away! What an amazing place with the most beautiful views of Loch Lomond I have ever seen.

Everything was hapening at the venue including Tracey and Mark staying there the night before with family and friends.

The day was going to be overcast but that actually worked better for me as it added drama to the pictures which is what the couple were after.

Everything was so laid back and I loved the ides of having sharing plates for their meal.

By the time the dancing started all the guests were up for a great party. What a fantastic day!

 

Other lovely Suppliers-

Video – CF Productions

Marquee – Ballies Marquees

Catering –  The pickled Haggis Company

Make up – Get it glam

Kilts – MacGregor and MacDuff

Dress – Sarah Louise Bridal

Band – The Ernest Band

Hair – G20 Hair and beauty

Cake – Shirleys Cakes

 

 

 

 

This was my first ever wedding at Rowallan Castle in Ayrshire and its now one of my favourite venues!

Such beautiful historic grounds paired with amazing interiors. Little pockets of light everywhere which us photographers love.

Stewart and Victoria were brought up in Scotland and met at school. They now live in the US but came back to Scotland to celebrate their wedding with family and friends . The day was just perfect with a few rain showers now and again which I didn’t mind as we got a stunning rainbow picture, so for once the rain was worth it.

I loved that after the meal the venue had cocktail hour for the guests which was a great idea.

I hope to be back to Rowallan soon and another rainbow would be just ideal!

Other lovely suppliers-

Kilts – McCallum Bagpipes LTD

Dress – I do bridal couture

Flowers – Paper white floral design

Band – The Jack Dames

Make up – Make up with Katie Mac

Hair – Natalie Tennent Hairdressing

Photobooth- Bygone booth

Music – Scottish Wedding pianist

It was such a joy to photograph Effie and Stephen’s wedidng at Pollokshields Burgh Hall.

It is such a special place for me as I was married here 17 years ago and its always lovely to be back. It a beautiful venue that sits within Maxwell park and so loads of  photo opportunities!

Effie and her bridesmaids got ready in the lodge house next to the hall, so handy. The ceremomy was in the beautiful Maxwell hall then down to the logia for drinks. It has access to the park where we did all the pictures. Just a 5 minute walk from the hall is the pond in Maxwell park, well worth the visit for photos.

Effie and Stephen had such a fun day and didnt stop smiling. I loved their idea of having a casion night after the dancing, just perfect and loads of fun!

 

Other lovely suppliers-

Cake – Rosewood cakes

Planner – LG Wedding services

Hair and Make up – The bride to be

Kilts – Slaters menswear

Brides dress – Copplestones Bridal

Band – Cragganmore Ceilidh Band

Caterer – Shotgun Wedding events

 

What a fantastic day for Emma and Jamie’s wedding at Lynnhurst Hotel . Congratulations guys!
 
They had such a great time and danced all night with the help of Clanadonia
 

St Andrews is one of my favourite places in Scotland so I was thrilled to be asked to photograph Victoria and Sam’s wedding at Kincaple farm.

The couple live down South but wanted to be married in St Andrew’s as that was where Victoria grew up.

The day started at Victoria’s parents house and the ceremony was to be at St Leonard’s Church, just 5 minutes away.

After the ceremony Victoria and Sam headed to the West sands for some pictures then onto Kincaple farm.

Victoria had provided  all the decoration at the venue and it was stunning. I adore barn weddings and you can see why.

The wedding was such a family affair with Sam’s two children and their own son taking centre stage on the day.

I really hope to be back in St Andrew’s soon and I would love to visit Kincaple farm again, anytime!