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Knockderry House Wedding Photographer – Gwyn & David

Knockderry House Wedding Photographer – Gwyn & David

Gwyn was living in Cornwall and being on her own for a few years, she was invited up to a Hogmanay Ball by her friend, who lives in Kilcreggan near Helensburgh. The ball was at the wonderful Cove Burgh Hall and this is where Gwyn was introduced to David – and they...

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Crossbasket Castle Wedding Photographer – Claire & Chris

Crossbasket Castle Wedding Photographer – Claire & Chris

Claire and Chris have been together for a while, and I was due to photograph their wedding in summer of 2020 but due to covid we had to postpone it for a year, but Claire and Chris finally got to say “I do” at Crossbasket Castle near High Blantyre - and what a day it...

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Lodge on Loch Lomond Wedding Photographer – Linda & Ross

Lodge on Loch Lomond Wedding Photographer – Linda & Ross

Linda and Ross finally got married…! It took a little longer than usual due to covid, but they finally made the day and had a small and intimate ceremony at the Lodge on Loch Lomond in Luss, with an open-air ceremony overlooking the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond. Linda...

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Lodge on the Loch Wedding Photography – Shamiso and Irvin

Lodge on the Loch Wedding Photography – Shamiso and Irvin

Shamiso and Irvin came to know each other through a frined. They met, they fell in love - and the rest they say is history.... Although they are from Nottingham, they love Scotland. The scenery, the hospitality and the vibe. They just 'feel at one' when they are in...

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A summer wedding cruise on Loch Lomond with Abi & Phil

A summer wedding cruise on Loch Lomond with Abi & Phil

Phil is from Scotland and Abi from Liverpool. They work in Liverpool whci is where they met and fell in love. because of their love of the Scottish scenery, they decided they wanted to get married in Scotland - but not just any wedding - they wanted to get maried ON...

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Lodge on Loch Lomond Wedding Photography – Karen & Stuart

Lodge on Loch Lomond Wedding Photography – Karen & Stuart

Karen and Stuart are from Montrose. They grew up in Montrose and started going out together and before long their love grew and then they decided to become one. Which was easier said than done because they had planned hard and long to get married in Cyprus with lots...

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Sloans Wedding Photographer – Elaine & Brian

Sloans Wedding Photographer – Elaine & Brian

Elaine and Brian met through friends. They fell in love and what's the next thing that lovers do...? They get married. They didnt ant alot of fuss so they decided to get married with just a few of their closest wby having a small ceremony at the Glasgow Register...

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The Lodge on Loch Lomond Winter Wedding – Roslyn & Alan

The Lodge on Loch Lomond Winter Wedding – Roslyn & Alan

Roslyn and Alan met through her work. Alan is deaf, and Roslyn works with the deaf. They met, they fell in love and now theyre getting married. And what a wedding day it was... They love Loch Lomond so it was only natural that they get married on the bonnie banks of...

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Sloans Wedding Photography – Debbie & Martin

Sloans Wedding Photography – Debbie & Martin

Debbie and Martin met through friends. You know, one of those introductions where you think it'll go nowhere - but ends up chaging your life. In a nice way... Well, that's what happened to Debbie and Martin. They met, they fell in love and they had a small wedding at...

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I am a full-time photographer. It’s all I’ve done and it’s all I’ll ever do because there’s nothing else I’d rather do. I live near Loch Lomond, and besides Glasgow I cover the whole of central Scotland, photographing weddings of all shapes and sizes.

My BLOG contains lots of weddings. I dont show all my weddings, just the most recent otherwise my website would be huge. I love colour, and I love simplicity, which is why I work the way that I do. If you look at my pictures, then you’ll see just what I do. As for how I do it, well that’s just wedding photography.

Are you planning your wedding...?

Here are a few tips to help you on your way.

5 Top Wedding Tips for Couples

5 Top Wedding Tips for Couples

1. On the morning of your wedding, you can’t do any more than you've already done. Everything that you have worked on and planned has been done so now its time to relax and just go with the flow. Be a passenger...! Some things may go wrong but as long as YOU are...

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5 Top Wedding Tips for Groom’s

5 Top Wedding Tips for Groom’s

1. C’mon Guy’s, it’s all about the bride! From deciding the date to the last dance of the evening, your job is to ensure the bride is happy. That means supporting her decisions, fixing any problems that come up (ideally without her even knowing it's happened), and...

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5 Top Wedding Tips for Brides

5 Top Wedding Tips for Brides

1. Dry the bottom of the stems of your flowers off. They can make a lovely wet stain on your dress if still wet. 2. Take the stickers off the bottom of your shoes..! Hairspray will help if they are really sticky. This is the first thing I check for when I enter a room...

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Planning your Wedding Confetti

Planning your Wedding Confetti

Guests don’t often think of bringing confetti to weddings these days, so if you’d like to have pictures including confetti – the simple solution may be to provide some. The best confetti for photographs is usually the inexpensive simple kind, and fortunately the...

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Finding your Wedding Photographer

Finding your Wedding Photographer

Okay, you’ve got the date, the ring and probably the venue, so now you’re looking for a wedding photographer to capture your day. Finding the perfect wedding photographer is probably one of the hardest decisions you'll have to make in your wedding planning journey...

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Top Wedding Tips – the Receiving Line

Top Wedding Tips – the Receiving Line

If we were to go back in time, the receiving line used to be in integral part of the wedding reception, but usually there were fewer guests at a weddings than we have today. One of the things I have noticed over the years is that having a receiving line can really eat...

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Something important about your wedding…

Don’t stress about the shoes, the cake, the flowers, the hair or the bridesmaids dresses. You’ve got lots of time ahead of you and before long everything will fall into place – because Rome wasn’t built in a day…!  

So take it easy, make lists and do one thing at at time because when it’s all over, and you’re married and surrounded by the people who know you and love you the most, you’ll realise how perfect your wedding actually was.