Very soon folks, I kid you not, I will actually be blogging a wedding that took place in the same year as the actual post…until that day though, I’m continuing with my (seemingly futile) attempt to bring things more up to date. Back in December, yes I know, “DECEMBER” :-(, my run of weddings continued with another trip round to Loch Lomond, The Cruin to be exact, for Amy & David’s big day.

I’d shot Amy’s sister Ailsa’s wedding a few years previous, so it was great to see a few familiar faces on the day itself. But boy those weather gods certainly weren’t on our side! December weddings are never going to be warm…I should know as I got married in December myself. But throw in the strong gusty wind as well and that chill factor was probably the coldest I’d experienced in a long time…could barely hold the camera! And let us not forget the rain as well that punctuated most of the day…check out the shots of the guests arriving for the ceremony at St. Mahew’s!

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Everyone, I believe, deserves a break from working hard at some point, and I’ve just had mine…two weeks in Ibiza to be exact. No no, not clubbing…come on, I’m too old for that!!! But hey guys, I’m back now and raring to go again for the second part of this year and today, I’m delighted to be carrying on with blogging the end of last year’s weddings, this time featuring Michelle & Scott’s big day at the fabulous Lodge on Loch Lomond.

Looking at some of the first images from the day, you wouldn’t think it was December, blessed as we were with some gorgeous morning sunshine and dramatic skies. But you know, things don’t last forever and by the time the ceremony had ended, there was certainly a touch of drizzle in the air to add to the darkening skies. But, you guys who’ve followed me for a while will know that that’s right up my lane…so out we went on to the beach for some dramatic flash lit shots just before it got totally dark.

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For my second album design of the evening, this time around I’m totally delighted to be featuring Ashley & Anthony’s wedding at the Hotel Colessio last May, and, a bit like today, what a scorcher of a day it was :-).

For me, the wedding album is very much the culmination of everything that I do, and absolutely remains the best way to truly tell the story of the day.

For their album, the guys chose the very stylish “Young Book” from my lab, Graphistudio. The album itself featured the popular “crystal glance” picture cover with a white cloud leather binding. The box was also finished overall in white cloud leather and highlighted with my own signature grey “scroll” design which was raised and varnished for added impact.

The 48 pages of loveliness were finished off using Canon’s “lustre” paper :-).

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Wedding albums have been coming thick and fast of late and therefore, I’m delighted to be presenting the first of two new designs this evening, kicking off with Debbie & Jamie’s album from their wedding at Blair Castle last July. 

For me, the wedding album is very much the culmination of everything that I do, and absolutely remains the best way to truly tell the story of the day.

For their album, the guys went for the fabulous “Original Wedding Book” from my lab, Graphistudio. The album itself featured the popular “crystal glance” picture cover with a grey woven binding. The “Design Box” was finished in a smoke grey/ice grey cloud leather combination and highlighted with raised and varnished titles.

The huge 68 pages of loveliness were finished off using the very luxurious “pearl” paper :-).

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So guys, I kind of agree that, slap bang in the middle of Summer, it’s odd that I’m blogging a winter wedding…but, so far behind has my blogging become, that’s where we are! And, as I’ve promised every couple that wants one, that they’ll get a post on the blog, however late that may be 🙁 …here we go for today’s offering.

The 1st of December will always be a memorable date for me, as it happens to be my own wedding anniversary as well…yes guys, I even shoot weddings on my own anniversary LOL. And, for Fiona & Stuart, it certainly was their big day too, as they celebrated with one and all at the fabulous Ingliston Country Club and boy…how many Christmas lights!!! Just look at the pictures at night…and they told me they still had some more to go up as well!

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