Onwards with blogging the remainder of last years weddings and, mid November, I found myself back at Glenskirlie Castle where, along with venues such as The Vu and Glenbervie House, I’ve probably shot at more than anywhere and, with it being only 10 mins drive away, home in plenty of time for Match of the Day :-).
I’d already met Nikki and Paul a couple of times before the day, initially when they came to my home studio to chat (and subsequently book) and also on their pre-wedding shoot in Loch Lomond in the summer, so I knew the wedding day was going to be fabulous, and so it was :-).
I’m a bit partial to weddings in autumn as, given that the light fades early, it gives you the chance to get a great mix of daylight shots before dinner, and then a few more “dramatic” shots after dark…and those of you that follow my blog will know I do love a dramatic night shot! My middle name should be “flashgun!” – there, I’ve started something now…
Nikki & Paul, 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.
They also served…
Venue: Glenskirlie Castle
Make-Up: Angela Higgins
Hair: Paterson SA, Dalkeith
Celebrant: Thirza Wilson
String Quartet: Korda
Wedding Dress: Melle Cloche
Reception Dressing: Purple Rose Events
Cake: Isi’s Cakes
Flowers: De Bloemist van Nederland
Band: Northern Star
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Looking for wedding photography at Glenskirlie Castle…or anywhere else?
If you’re looking for a wedding photographer and like what you see in this post, why not check out my full wedding portfolio to get a good feel for my style of shooting. To get in touch, just drop me an email, tell me all about your day and what you’re looking for from your photography, and I’ll get right back to you – but do get in touch as soon as possible, as key dates do tend to get booked up around 18-24 months in advance!