Wedderburn Castle, in the Scottish Borders near Duns, is one of my favourite venues to visit. It’s not just the stately building, the magnificent rooms and grounds. There’s also a lovely feeling to the place, of relaxation and care. Not to mention the food! They are one of the few venues I know that employ their own chef. No matter how large or small the wedding party, or whatever the weather throws at you, there’s plenty of scope for some wonderful wedding photography.
Ashleigh and Ross have just booked me to photograph their wedding there in June – but they live in Hong Kong and haven’t even visited Wedderburn. So while we can meet over a Skype call, I thought they might like to see a few photographs that show off the place!
If all the photographs in my new wedding gallery were from the same wedding, it would be the perfect wedding! (At least from a wedding photographers point of view…..)
Last week I posted about the ‘look of love’ that I capture at each wedding. Those are the full page photographs in any album.
But there’s always plenty of other special moments that capture the atmosphere and essence of any wedding, and in these, my favourite Scotland wedding photographs of 2013, I hope to demonstrate that there’s always a story to be told.
A very happy New Year to everyone reading this!
Hogmanay is a time for reflection over the past year, and going through some of the weddings I photographed in the past 12 months, a theme became clear….
These photos are not all my favourites from my unposed documentary wedding photography in Scotland in 2013 – but I think they best illustrate how I hope to capture the look of love.