Having just shot my 44th wedding of the year this weekend just gone, my 24th wedding of the year does indeed seem quite some time ago. But, such is the seasonal nature of wedding photography, where I’d reckon that I shoot about 75% of my weddings within a 6 month period from March to September, it wasn’t really that long ago…early July to be exact – boy, so many numbers, it’s well seeing that I used to build spreadsheets and databases before I became a wedding photographer :-).
Nicola & Graeme’s big day was, in many respects, a total dream to shoot – two great locations with the ceremony being held at St. Filan’s Church in Houstoun and then onto Sherbrooke Castle where I’ve been many a time now; perfect weather pretty much all day long; a great bunch of guests and a fabulous couple…such an amazing day!
Nicola & Graeme, thank you very much for choosing me to shoot your big day…here’s a few of my favourite shots from the day which I hope you all like..PS – best viewed on a desktop (click on any thumbnail to view L A R G E!).
Please all feel free to leave a comment at the bottom, as I love to know what you think…cheers all!
They also served…
Ceremony Venue : St. Filan’s Church, Houstoun
Reception Venue : Sherbrooke Castle
Videography : Life’s Rosie Productions
Hair : Pin Up Hair
Make-Up : Laura Shirley
Piper : Tony Donnelly
Cars : West Of Scotland Wedding Cars
Dress : David’s Bridal
Kilts : Kilts 4 U
Cake : 3D Cakes
Flowers : The Flower Shop, Elderslie
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I love shooting weddings and, for the most part, I adopt a “ninja style” low key approach to the day! Most couples tell me they didn’t even notice me for the majority of the day and that pleases me…it is your wedding day after all, not a photo-shoot! But, I will make time for some family group shots and a short, relaxed bride & groom shoot and here, it’s my aim to provide you with some truly amazing pictures…not just your standard stuff :-). To know more about my wedding day “ninja style” approach to how I shoot weddings, just click here.