This was my first visit to the amazing Cow Shed at Crail, and it did not disappoint! I love this area of Scotland and I have now found a new favourite venue of mine in my favourite place, what could be better!
Emma and Stuan’s wedding was, like many others. meant to be in 2020. After several attempts at trying to get a new date they decided to leave the planning for a while. After things were looking a bit back to normal they got their date in April 2022.
The Cow Shed is really a blank canvas for couples to have their wedding exactly how they want. So many choices of beautiful interior spaces to use for the ceremony and drinks reception. Furniture is hired in so no wedding ever looks the same. I loved the rusic feel of the place and the grounds were amazing for pictures.
Stuan and Emma were so laid back on the day and they were fantasic to photograph. They really did just laugh all day and it think it really shows in the pictures.
Here is how the day went.
Other fantastic suppliers-
Planning – Fin Flükra
Venue – The Cow Shed
Film – Edinburgh Wedding Videos
HSS Celebrant – Kathryn Ross
Catering – Spitting Pig Scotland
Bar – The Campber Bar Company
Pianist – Andy Lucas
Piper – Euan Anderson via The Piping Experience
Florist – Blue Poppy Florist
Decor/Styling – Frill Factory
Furniture – Virginias Vintage
Linens – 88 Events
Cake – Cake Couture by Caroline
Transport – Classic VW St Andrews
Hair – Nichë Salon
Make up – Bang Bang Beauty
Evening food – Dough Man’s Land
Evening band – Bahookie
I was so pleased to get to photograph Sharon and Jamies’s micro wedding. Due to Covid rules they had a small wedding which suited them down to the ground. Not only was it their wedding day but it was both their birthdays! That day will forever be a celebration.
Their wedding was to be held at Glasgow City Chambers and the reception at Kimpton Blythswood Square hotel.
Although the couple had a small wedding because of restrictions it was just perfect in every way, for them and their guests. Such a joy and privelage to be asked along! G x
So Laura and Kevin’s wedding, like so many other couples, was meant to be in May 2020. Then it was changed to May 2021, and finally they got their day at University of Glasgow in October 2021.
I so admire couples who have persevered through many date changes. To keep going and constantly contacting suppliers many times, changing dates, must have been so hard.
The reception was held at Oran Mor, also in the west end of Glasgow. It is a converted church building which had the most amazing ceiling I have ever seen (excluding the Sistine Chapel!). It really is a must see.
What a great day!
It was one of those beautiful, but cold, winter days for Alison and Peter’s wedding at Lochside house hotel, in New Cummnock.
What a great day! G x
Some of their other lovely suppliers-
Kilts – https://www.kilts-4-u.com/
Brides dress – https://www.eleganza.co.uk/
Piper – https://pipingservices.com/
Celebrant ( Martin Turner) – https://www.humanist-ceremonies.org/celebrants/
Lynsey and Paul’s wedding was one of the first to be cancelled beacuse of Covid way back in March 2020. I was so glad that they got their day all 18 months later in the beautiful Friars Carse hotel near Dunfries. They were lucky enough to get a beautiful sunny day for their wedding which allowed their ceremony to be outside.
I had never been to the hotel before and was amazed at the grounds which were right beside the river Nith and backed onto a beautiful woodand area.
Here is how their beautiful day went. G x
It was the turn of Emma and Rowlands wedding at last. After serveral changes of date because of Covid they got there in the end and it was well worth the wait. They were married at The Dalmeny Park Hotel just outside of Glasgow and what an amazing day it was.
Emma had arranged for Rowland to be picked up in an amazing 70’s car as a surprise, he loved it. They also ahd an ice cream cart all day and night for their guests, the kids were in heaven!
Here is how their amazing day went. G x