Lindsay and Gordon celebrated their wedding after the rainest autumn week last year at Callander’s Exclusive Venue Roman Camp. Lindsay and Gordon were really keen on having an outside ceremony, but after the downpours from the days before, it looked unlikely. But the weather was on their side, and as by magic, the Saturday of their wedding was a fantastic, sunny autumn day. The ceremony was performed by the River Teith with everybody witnessing the “I do’s” of this lovely couple. Wedding Singer Pamela Kavanagh sang some amazing songs at the start and at the end of the ceremony, and the guests could stay outside and enjoy drinks on the lawn after the ceremony.
Lindsay and Gordon had a Truly Scrumptious wedding cake – a huge number of individual cup cakes! Yummie!
It was a lovely day and the staff at the Roman Camp in Callander were most helpful.
Here a few images from their big day:
At only 3 months old, little Mairi was an absolut delight to photograph at her home! She was so patient and interested in what was going on that the time simply flew by! There are so many different things you can do at home – using what is available! No studio needed! See for yourself! And Mairi was so content to be in her own environment.
Where has the time gone…??? I have been meaning to add more photos ages ago, but never found the time. Anyway, here is the second part of Angela’s and Scott’s wedding at Houstoun House. After we took the group photographs on this sunny afternoon, we spent about 20 minutes with the couple in the grounds of the Hotel and took some romantic wedding photographs of the two of them.
We also captured some intimate moments during the speeches and some fun photographs in the evening – before – during – and after the first dance! Angela had spent a great amount of time making her own stationery and favours. It all looked amazing – I think she should do this professionally! The couple had also organised a sweets table with all sorts of old-fashioned sweets. What a fantastic idea for the guests to meet and mingle – having a sweet!
Last weekend, Lizzy and Jamie said “I do” during a romantic ceremony in the undercroft of Lennoxlove House, Haddington.
“Wildly romantic, surrounded by 460 acres of beautiful, picture-perfect surroundings and graced with the most historic arts and antiquities; getting married at Lennoxlove House really is a fairytale come true.” (from the Lennoxlove website)
This is certainly true. We have been to Lennoxlove a few times and every time it is a special occasion for us! The bridal party and their guests – and anybody helping out at an event is looked after really well!
Ceremonies at Lennoxlove can take place in the Undercroft, a small room on the ground floor, which looks amazing when decorated with candles and flowers and is a cosy place to get married. The other room, the Great Hall, seats more people than the Undercroft and has a high vaulted ceiling as well as windows which provide interesting light for amazing photographs!
The reception can either take place in the Great Hall, or in the Marquee outside. Lennoxlove catering team have everything planned into great detail, and everything runs like clockwork!
Anyway, enough said – here are a the first few images from this wedding:
Just recently, I took photographs of wedding singer Pamela Kavanagh, and when she received her images, I received this email:
I am over the moon with the pictures. They are amazing thank you so much. You are so talented. I don’t like having my photo taken but you both made me feel very relaxed and I ended up enjoying every minute of it. The photographs of my son Cayden are also the best pictures I have seen of him this year. You captured him perfectly. Thank you so much.
Awww! Thanks Pamela! It was a pleasure working with you! You look lovely in the photographs. Can’t wait to see them on your website! Also looking forward to taking a few more proper images of Cayden! When we have more time
Last week, I had the pleasure of taking photographs of little Emily who is only 5 months old. She is a gorgeous little girl and it always fascinates me what the parents – and in this occasion grandad – do to make them smile! Sometimes I should have a camera behind my back just to see what’s going onBut Emily found grandad’s dance absolutely fascinating!!