New wedding to post for you today guys and, I know I must be catching up on my blogging, when I tell you that it’s only from last month, middle of October to be precise and, that day, I was honoured to be shooting Siobhan & Jamie’s wedding day, kicking off at St. Mark’s Church in Rutherglen before moving on to the Crutherland House Hotel in East Kilbride. We’d not long before done the guys’ pre-wedding shoot in Glasgow, in fact, if memory serves me right (and trust me, these days I’m more often wrong than right :-(), it was only in August that Siobhan and Jamie first came to see me and ended up booking, so things have moved pretty quickly all round.
I kicked off as usual with a few shots of Siobhan and the girls pre-ceremony at her parents house before moving on to the church. I must give a big shout out to the priest at St. Mark’s for being very accommodating towards the photography, even suggesting ways in which I could move from one part of the church to the other unseen. I don’t often find this very much these days, especially with church ceremonies, where most of the time I’m banished to a small corner to do the best I can (and sometimes not allowed to photograph at all), so very refreshing to find a church that is very accommodating in this day and age :-).
On to the Crutherland for the group shots and then, my favourite part of the day, the bride & groom shots where we got some great images with beautiful autumnal colours. Some very entertaining speeches as well although I never did find out why Jamie’s best man, Andrew, was called “Spanish” Andrew, there’s obviously a story in there to tell! Perhaps someone can enlighten me in the comments below.
Siobhan & Jamie, a big thank you for asking me to photograph your special day. Here’s just a few of my own favourite images – the full set, as usual, can be found in the online gallery (password required).
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