House for an Art Lover Wedding Photographer in Glasgow

Emily and Stuart’s wedding at the House for an Art Lover was full of colour and smiles. Emily is a scientist, and Stuart works within the science industry. They live in Cambridge, and that’s where they met, fell in love and decided to share the rest of their lives together. Emily is from Glasgow, so it was only natural that they came all the way up to Glasgow to have their wedding day.

Having looked at many venues, they chose the House for an Art Lover at Bellahouston Park in Glasgow. Besides being near to Emily’s parental hone, its a lovely place to get married as you can spend your whole day at the house. It was a merry atmosphere at Emily’s preparations, with lots of family in the house to wish her well for the day. Emily looked stunning in her dress, and to compliment the ensemble, she chose a bouquet with lots of reds, which was a lovely contrast to her lovely white dress and dark hair.

Stuart looked just as smart in his kilt, and both the best man and groomsmen looked just as dashing in their matching kilts. Emily arrived on time and was piped into the House, accompanied by her father. The day went exceptionally well. The ceremony took place in the large cream coloured breakfast room and the reception then took place in the main part of the house. The weather held off so we managed to shoot the groups near the house and then the newlyweds portraits in the beautiful gardens. They finished their day in the lower part of the house with a fine ceilidh. Normally there’s those who are enthusiastic about a dashing white sergeant or strip the willow, and those who are less so. Well, this evening they were almost fighting to get on the dance flow. Dance after dance the floor was packed. When I left, there were still many guests wheeling and whirling around the dance floor – which is a good testament for any wedding day.

You were a lovely couple and I wish you all my love for your new life together…