Yet another “double header” of weddings for me back in September last, and for the first of those, what gorgeous conditions (yep, check out those “bad boy” blue skies below folks) for Hannah & Adam’s big day on what was my first ever visit to the Garvock House Hotel in Dunfermline.
Great to catch up as always with some familiar faces as I’d also shot Hannah’s sister, Rachel’s wedding to CJ the year before, as well as bumping into Amy & Nick in the evening, who’s wedding I’d shot just a few months earlier.
You guys know I will travel anywhere that’s required on a wedding day and that could often mean 3 or 4 different locations, or it could just be the one…whatever may be and all that. So, for me, this time around, I kicked off in Kirkaldy at Elaine Cameron Hairdressing for some hair (what else :-)) shots before heading back to Hannah’s parent’s house for a few quick make-up shots.
On next to Kinghorn Parish Church for the ceremony before a quick hop down to the harbour for a few bride & groom shots before we headed off to Garvock House, stopping off at the “Kissing Trees” en route – yep, I count that six different locations…variety, spice of life and all that LOL.
Hannah & Adam, thank you very much for choosing me to shoot your big day. Was a fabulous day all round and here’s just a few of my favourite shots from the day which I hope you all like.
Please all feel free to leave a comment at the bottom, as I love to know what you think…cheers all!
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