About a year ago, I made a promise to myself that I would stop shooting wedding “triple headers”, ie three weddings on three consecutive days – why, you may ask? Well, primarily so that I could could keep myself fresh and not slightly jaded by the time I reached wedding no.3, which could sometimes happen, although, on a couple of occasions, I’ve even shot four weddings in a row! Well, I kept that promise and Martha & Stephen’s wedding was the first wedding of my last triple header…ever.
So, we’re heading back to the end of July and accompanied by some glorious warm sunshine, the day kicked off at St. Leonard’s in Dunfermline and then off up the road to my local venue, Glenbervie House, where, I must be honest, I’ve now lost count of the number of weddings I’ve shot here…but that is a good thing…local knowledge and all that :-).
Wedding days, by their very nature, are often filled with plenty of fun and laughter but, on this day, I’d say that there was just that bit more than usual…just check out the pictures below and you’ll see what I mean…fabulous day :-).
Martha & Stephen, 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.
Cast Of Thousands (well, a few suppliers who made the day possible at least :-))
Ceremony Venue: St. Leonard’s, Dunfermline
Reception Venue: Glenbervie House
Hair: CK Hair, Lochgelly
Make-Up: Lisa Orwin
Groom’s Attire: To Be Wed
Cake: Bonnach Bakery
Piper: Conor Docherty
Flowers: Tupelo Tree
Chair Covers: Style A Chair
Cars: Gayles Bridal Cars
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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!