Wedding Photography at The Cruin:
Stephanie & Richard

Generally speaking, most couples will book me around 12-18 months ahead of their wedding which, after all, is what I recommend especially with key Saturday dates in the Spring and Summer, as these do tend to get booked up fast. And then, every now and then, the complete opposite happens, such was the case with Stephanie & Richard. The guys only booked me in December and, the first opportunity we got to meet up was three days before the wedding, yes, three…but that doesn’t matter to me :-).

I’d shot a few weddings at The Cruin before and, you know, every time I’ve been here, I’ve never had decent weather. But I kind of like the misty look over Loch Lomond – in my eyes, there’s something just that bit more mystical than clear blue skies…not that I’ve ever had one of those anyway! And then there was the chilly wind…thanks girls for braving it to get all the groups shots completed…you see, I told you that when you look back on these pictures you’ll forget how cold it was on the day…well I hope you will have done anyway :-).

Stephanie & Richard, a big thank you for choosing me to shoot your wedding day last week. Here’s just a few of my early favourites which I hope you like- just click on any thumbnail to start the viewer.

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It would be fantastic if you could leave a comment at the bottom of the post as I love to hear what you think :-), and, you can help the guys win my monthly competition to win an 18″ x 12″ framed print of their choice. Also, if you really like these pictures, why not give me a “Like” on my Facebook page to keep in touch with what I’m up to – would be great to have you on board!


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