Back at the end of July, I shot my last ever wedding “triple header”, and the third and last of these took me back to a couple of old “haunts” for Karyn & Mau’s big day…namely St. Alexander’s Church in Denny for the ceremony and then up to Dunblane Hydro for the reception.
Mau is from Mexico and it was great to see a couple of nice little touches such as the Mexican flag flying high outside the Hydro and the tequila slammers for all the guests, that rounded off the speeches :-). The guys met, if I recall correctly, working at Disneyland in Florida and carried the Disney theme through to the wedding day…who knows, perhaps we can even build a customised wedding album with the famous Disney logo on the cover to round things off nicely.
Karyn & Mau, a big thank you for choosing me to shoot your fantastic day. Here’s just a few of my own favourites which I hope you like – click on any image to enlarge.
Cast of Thousands…or a few people who made the day possible at least!
Ceremony Venue: St. Alexander’s Church, Denny
Reception Venue: Dunblane Hydro
Hair: Amy Petale
Wedding Dress: Simply Exquisite Bridal, Edinburgh
Groom’s Attire: Slaters
Reception Dressing: Dreams & Themes / All Occasions
Flowers: All Occasions
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