August was certainly a busy month for me, as you would expect I guess, and slap bang in the middle I was lucky enough to be heading up to The Parsonage once again, this time for Sarah & Frank’s big day. And, possibly, my last ever wedding at the venue, as I had heard that it had been put up for sale as a private property. That being the case, it was certainly a great way to go out …
I’d met Sarah a few years back in 2014 when she was a bridesmaid at Nicola & Simon’s wedding at Glenskirlie Castle, and that was a great day, so I already had a good feeling about how this one would go down … and I wasn’t wrong. From the very first shot I took of the champagne bottle being opened through to the last shot of the dancing, there were just so many fabulous moments to capture :-).
Good people, as usual, I will let the pictures tell the story of this fabulous day …
Sarah & Frank, thank you very much for choosing me to shoot your big day! Here’s a few of my own favourite shots which I hope you all like.
Looking for “Documentary” Wedding Photography?
If you’re on the look-out for a wedding photographer (or know someone who is), then you may just like my “ninja style” (a couple’s words, not mine) low key approach to the day! Most couples tell me they didn’t even notice me for the majority of the day and that suits me … it is your wedding day after all, not a photo-shoot!
My style is very unposed, unfussy and focuses more on documenting your day rather than directing it. Minimal group shots (or even none at all if you prefer) and short bride & groom shoots allow you spend more of the day with the people that matter and have a total blast!
I’m mainly taking bookings now for 2024 but do still have some limited availability for this year too … but I do now only shoot one wedding per weekend so dates can be very limited during peak times.
Full day coverage collections start at £1800 … but don’t forget my cheeky wee discount where you can save up to £500 :-).
Oh, and please do feel free to leave a comment at the bottom of the page, as I do really love to know what you think :-).