Back at the start of June, I set out for what was to be the first of three visits to Seamill Hydro in as many months, and what a stunning location it is :-). The reason…Moira & Vinny’s wedding day. But, to kick things off, and with no bridal prep shots for me this time around, it was down to the University of Glasgow chapel first up for the ceremony before the drive west to Seamill.
At this time of year, with daylight hours continuing through to long after I’ve finished for the day, I never have an issue with doing the bride & groom photo-shoot after the wedding breakfast and, let’s just say, this time around it played in our favour. Post dinner, long gone were the grey skies under which we had shot all the family and wedding party groups, to be replaced by some glorious early evening sun…perfect for those shots down on the beach…and some balloons…as you do :-).
Moira & Vinny, 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 :-))
Make-Up: Debbie Hendrick
Hair: Gemma Love
Cake: Christine Dickson
Wedding Dress: Opus Couture
Grooms Atire: Moss Bros
Ceremony: University of Glasgow Chapel
Reception: Seamill Hydro
Videography: RPL Studios
Piper: Jamie Mitchell
Band: The Jets
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