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House for an Art Lover in Glasgow wedding photographer
Susan and Tom got married on the wettest and coldest day of the winter – so far. But that didn’t stop either of them from grinning their heads off throughout the day! I don’t think I have a single photo of either of them when they’re not smiling or laughing. (Well, Susan did look slightly apprehensive as she walked into the ceremony with her Father, and at one point Tom did look rather embarrassed during the Best Man’s speech!)
My style of documentary wedding photography, means that I wouldn’t want to change the weather. I’m there to record what happens, not change it. And Susan and Tom knew that if you’re planning a wedding for the beginning of November, the weather will be totally unpredicatable! With that in mind, we all had warm jackets on hand, and my trusty white golfing umbrella was with me.
But, by being flexible with the timings of the day, we managed to sneak out mid-reception to get some portraits in front of the ever-impressive House for an Art Lover in Glasgow. And when the weather continued to hold (just!) we even managed to coax all their guests onto the balcony for a group photo.
In the evening, it was time to head downstairs for a night of enthusiastic ceilidh dancing – and a drive back home for me in the rain and sleet.
Lothians, Scotland wedding photographer. Award winning relaxed, natural documentary photography in Dunbar, North Berwick, Haddington, Musselburgh and Edinburgh. Site and Photographs © Simon Grosset / Q Photography Tel: 07860 309161