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Tom and Hilary’s wedding is now on line and the wedding photographs can be viewed at my store

To access the images a password is required so please contact Tom and Hilary for the details who are now back from honeymoon. In the meantime below are a few favourite candids from the wedding. All photographed with natural light, all real moments. The last wedding photograph being a stolen moment before the couple enter their wedding breakfast at Forrester Park.

Coming soon some sneak peaks from Linda and Russells wedding at Glenskirlie Castle and Euan and Amy’s wedding at Inchcolm Island

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Last Saturday I was at a beautiful hidden gem near Drum in Kinross-shire for Chloe and Richard’s wedding reception. Tullibole Castle is a fantastic wedding venue for photography and it was honour to photograph what I believe is the first non wedding outwith the owners immediate family at this venue. Some scene setters are below and I highly recommend this hidden gem for either a stay (It offers bed and breakfast) or for a wedding party.

Please check back as coming soon will be some of the happy couple, some candids in the garden reception and photographs from the very emotional speeches. Also feel free to leave a comment for myself or Chloe and Richard by using the leave comment button below:

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Chloe and Richard hid while guests lined up for a confetti tunnel. My second church confetti tunnel this year. The car was a 1931 Rolls Royce Vintage Limousine and provided by Ian Cargill based in Dundee.

Wedding photographs to follow later this week from Tullibole Castle.

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Some favourite photographs from yesterday’s wedding ceremony at Cleish Church in Perthshire. A lovely wedding ceremony conducted by Joanne Finlay.

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Yesterday was a rare local wedding for me. Normally I might do one a year as my wedding bookings find me travelling to all corners of Scotland. What was particularly special about yesterdays wedding photography was finding a private castle just up the road from me near Drum called Tullibole Castle. More photographs to follow from Tullibole Castle later this week but first some photographs prior to the ceremony in the delightful wee village of Cleish. I always enjoy weddings at this picturesque church.

More wedding photographs shortly from the ceremony. In the meantime if visitors to my blog would like to leave a message for Chloe or Richard please use the comment button below.

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Rhoda and Alex chose to marry at one of Scotland’s most unique wedding venues which is Inchcolm Island. To get to the island they chartered the Maid of the Forth and once Rhoda was smuggled aboard the captains cabin set sail to marry on Inchcolm Island. Some wedding photographs follow below.

Before boarding the boat guests were piped by one of Scotland’s finest wedding pipers Roddy the Piper, due to strong winds most guests enjoyed the lower deck and the licensed bar while younger guests enjoyed the view of the Forth Bridges and sea life from the top deck. More wedding photography from Inchcolm Island soon..

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Catherine and Andrew’s wedding photographs from Old Meldrum House Hotel will be on-line by this Friday. In the meantime here are a few favourites from a wonderfully bright and sunny Good Friday in Aberdeenshire.

Old Meldrum House Hotel is highly recommended, super gardens for wedding photography and an excellent ceremony room in the old stables and fantastic food and service. Looking forward to going back soon.

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Yesterday was a very bright and breezy spring day for Hilary and Tom’s wedding at Abbotshall Church in Kirkcaldy with their reception at Forrester Park in Cairneyhill, Dunfermline. I know from the speeches that some guests were not able to attend do here are a few sneak wedding photographs of the couple. The first image is as they exit the church as man and wife, the second a stolen moment before the trip down the confetti tunnel.

Special thanks to Hilary for braving the very strong cold Easterly winds for some photographs outside. Hair, hats and veils were all flying about but I really wanted a wedding photograph or two with that azure blue sky with the flash of yellow across the horizon and the signature tree which is Forrester Park. More photographs will follow on the blog over the next week – the full set should be on-line for 17th May.

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Yesterday while millions watched the amazing spectacle that was the Royal Wedding, I was a wedding photographer on the beautiful Inchcolm Island in the Firth of Forth. Here is a sneak peak of an image before the guests caught the cruise ship back to South Queensferry.

Rhoda and Alex had a wonderful humanist wedding ceremony conducted by Juliet Wilson, with piping by Roddy the Piper and videography by the wonderfully discreet and professional GMW Wedding Productions. Afterwards the guests enjoyed a wedding breakfast at Orocco Pier before catching a bus to party the night away in Falkirk.

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Yesterday I had a wedding of my own on Inchcolm Island in South Queensferry. Due to the timings I was walking through South Queensferry to catch the boat just before the ceremony and spotted these ladies having a cigarette outside the pub. Having passed them I could not resist looking back and raising my camera. I only took one frame and here is the image. Love the flag, the chalk board and the spontaneous moment.

A sneak peak from Rhoda and Alex’s wedding photography at Inchcolm Island and Orocco Pier coming shortly. Inchcolm Island is one of Edinburgh’s unique wedding venues with a boat cruise to the Augustinian Inchcolm Abbey, Scotland’s most complete surviving monastic house. Details of this abbey are on the Historic Scotland website – for details of the boat visit Maid of the Forth.

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