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On the last day of March I had the pleasure of shooting Douglas and Gayle’s wedding photography at Glenbervie House Hotel. I knew that it would be a great day – not least of all because the bride and groom are two of the nicest people you are ever likely to meet (and it was sunny too!).
Whilst on their honeymoon Gayle and Douglas sent me a very lovely note:
We are currently sitting in the Maldives, having just spent the past 2 and a bit hours looking through your photographs (albeit on a very slow connection…) and we have to say they are amazing. They are so much more than we were hoping for and love every single one! You have captured the day so well and we know no other photographer could have done such a wonderful job – thank you.
We will catch up when we get home next week and again, thank you!
D & G”
Thank you very much guys!
The day began, for me, at another wedding venue, Airth Castle, where Gayle and some of her family were getting ready for the day ahead. Gayle’s brother In law was there and certainly didn’t manage to leave empty-handed – the poor chap was loaded up with several bags of ‘critical’ wedding paraphernalia. I myself didn’t even manage to escape without a bag stuff either.
On this occasion I wasn’t allowed to take any pictures during the ceremony. When this happens, fortunately it rarely does, it is hugely disappointing for myself and, I’m sure, the bride and groom as well. However, since my camera can be operated completely silently I did manage to sneak a little picture…
On my short list of requested photographs was a note from Gayle asking for a picture in the evening with the sun setting behind. Well, as the weather was kind enough to give us a sunset I prised the happy couple away from their dinner and we popped outside and took a few photographs quickly between courses. I think it was worth it as low, warm evening light like this can provide a little extra sparkle to a picture.
In fact, if weddings were planned around the photography, I would insist on 6pm ceremonies so that we were all out in the best light of the day for pictures.
The ceilidh band are definitely worth a little mention. Rather than the nice, but standard, ceilidh music you normally hear at a wedding their band, Bahookie, take things to a whole new level with fantastic results. It was certainly the first time I have seen the Gay Gordons danced to ‘Breathe’ by the Prodigy. I thought it worked rather well!
Bahookie Ceilidh Band http://www.bahookie.org/
Glenbervie House Hotel http://www.glenberviehousehotel.com/
Hair and Makeup http://www.scmakeupartistry.co.uk/
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