Having been away travelling for a month I have decided to catch up on a few blog posts that I’ve been meaning to write for a while now. I had a busy Spring and was fortunate enough to be asked to photograph some really great weddings. The first of which, from the end of March, is this beautiful Balbirnie House wedding. Balbirnie House is a very nice big old mansion, just on the outskirts of Glenrothes in Fife, and makes a very appealing venue for a wedding. Even on a day with very dull weather, such as the day Carol and David were married, the light airy rooms and adjacent gardens give lots of opportunity for pictures. When looking through the photographs keep a look out for poor Carol fainting during the exchange of rings (she does this a lot apparently. Fainting, that is, not exchanging rings), the numerous photographs of people taking wedding ‘selfies’ and the lovely ‘Lovebirds’ theme running through everything. This was the first wedding where I had really noticed selfies happening much but, since then, they have been a regular feature of the weddings I’ve been to.
I work over in Fife quite a bit these days. You can see a completely different style of wedding day at the nearby Ladies Tower in Elie in the this post about Silda and Matt’s (very windy) wedding day https://www.silverphotography.co.uk/ladys-tower-elie-wedding/.