Taryn & Glenn, Sunday 20th October, 2013, Dundas Castle
In love. That’s what I thought when I first saw photographs of Taryn and Glenn Cross on their wedding day.
A combination of capturing two people in love at that special moment in time, with a beautiful, soft edit are what makes this layout work so well.
I couldn’t resist making this shot of Taryn a full page! Naturally posed, Tayrn’s beauty and elegance carry her right through to her fingertips. I always love to see the bride’s ‘timeout’ in the early evening, anticipating the next part of their big day. This is why the room details opposite are composed on one of Queensberry’s black digital backgrounds.
Dundas Castle evokes it’s own secret history from it’s ornately furnished private rooms. Perfect for an intimate kiss at the end of a wonderful evening!
Thinking back to our first meeting with Katie and David (which was also at Dundas Castle) one of the things we loved most about this pair was how much they laughed and smiled together. And it was exactly the same on their wedding day… from walking through their avalanche of confetti to holding tight to each other on the top of a very windy roof of Dundas, these two are for each other. Every step of the way.
Beth and Chris’ wedding at The Signet Library was a day all about celebrating with their favourite people
From the minute we jumped on a call with this pair we knew their easy-going nature was going to result in day that was designed with their guests in mind.
Archerfield House and Waterfront was the perfect venue for Amy and James’ wedding celebrations. We met this pair way back in Spring and knew instantly we were going to have a blast with them. The fact that they both have smiles that could light up any room, and they don’t take themselves too seriously, makes them a lot of fun to hang out with. Family and friends clearly mean everything to them, with Granny Diana a much loved guest of honour.