One of these days, I may very well catch up on my blogging! Of course, I’m not complaining too much, as the very reason the blog runs a bit behind is because I’m always out shooting new weddings, and that always takes precedent, naturally. So, in a (probably) fruitless attempt to catch up, here we go today with another wedding from the back end of last year.

Claire & Michael’s wedding took place at The Parsonage last October and will, for very personal reasons (and nothing at all to do with the wedding itself), be forever etched in my memory.

The Parsonage is one of my local(ish) venues and I totally love it…it’s one of those venues where I don’t worry if it rains (not that it did anyway), as there’s plenty of great spots indoors for some fabulous shots…all very grand looking too :-). 

I’ve got to say I absolutely loved shooting this wedding. Some weddings you have to go searching for the shots and others, well, they just seem to happen naturally due to the vibe on the day, and this one certainly fell into the latter. And then, of course, there was the Disney theme as well – pens, hats, cake…probably more things as well that my memory just can’t recollect back to October LOL 🙂 🙂 :-).

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Today guys, I’m very pleased to be posting up another album design – yep, albums coming thick and fast just now so much so that the DHL delivery guy will soon be on my Xmas card list :-).

This time around, I have Nicola & Graeme’s album from their fabulous day at Sherbrooke Castle back in July last year.

The guys chose the top of the line “Original Wedding Book” from my lab, Graphistudio. Both the album binding and box were finished in a white and ultrmarine blue leather design with the album cover itself in white leather with a “die cut” image to the side. The box was highlighted in my own scroll design in raised and varnished blue, and finally a blue ribbon to match.

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Looking out the window just now, with the freezing sleet coming down in buckets, it’s hard to believe that it’s Spring :-(. So, let me take you back to a time when it was just a wee bit warmer and the leaves were still on the trees…yep, I know, I sound like a kid’s storyteller!

Mid October last year is that time folks as I continue onward through “blogland” and all the fabulous weddings I’ve shot. The place, Dunblane Hydro, where I think it’s fair to say I’ve been quite a few times now – was there last weekend in fact. The occasion, Lynsey & Robert’s wedding day and what a great day it was too :-).

The great thing about Autumn weddings is that it affords us the chance to not only get the usual shots during the day, where we made good use of the tree lined drive and the views up to hill to the Hydro, but also, after dinner, hey it’s turned dark and the can only mean one thing? No, I don’t turn into a vampire!!! What I “do” do, is break out the speedlites for some night time shots and the ones we got are some of my favourites from the day.

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Not much blogging action for you this week guys as it’s a very short week for me as I’m just about to head out on a “triple header” of weddings…yep, three in a row, which will be my busiest weekend of the year…and we’re only at the end of March.

Still, do have time to post up an album design from the latest to head out to the door, this time from Gayle & Andrew’s day at Balmule House back in July last year…one of the sunniest and hottest days of the year!!!

The guys opted for the top of the line “Original Wedding Book” from my lab, Graphistudio. Both the album binding and box were finished in a sand and dark brown coloured cloud leather with the album cover itself in the popular “crystal glance” finish. The box was highlighted in my own scroll design in raised and varnished dark brown, and finally a dark brown ribbon to match.

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At the start of October last year, I had one of those very rare things called a “weekend off”…I don’t get many between March and October as a rule, and 2017 was really no different, so it’s always nice every now and then to be “wedding free” and recharge the batteries as they say.

My brief sojourn was quickly followed up the following weekend by yet another wedding “double header” and, for the first of these, a trip north to one of my favourite venues, the fabulous Dunkeld House Hotel, for Julieann & Greg’s big day.

The one thing I like about Dunkeld is that there are a ton of great locations both outside and in…the latter very important if we don’t quite get the weather we’d hoped for. Thankfully, this very day, this wasn’t an issue with some great cloudy/clear skies to work with and no rain in the air :-).

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