People often ask me what my favourite kind of wedding day to photograph is. Big highland countryside weddings, trendy city hotel weddings, rustic farm weddings or maybe the less traditional DIY weddings? And to be honest I have never really been sure ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
That is until however I photographed Hannah and Finns wedding day earlier this year. This is mainly because in a way they managed to combine all of these things into one great big fun filled amazing wedding day.
We started off in the Westend of Glasgow, at the Lorne Hotel for some bridal prep, before moving over to Glasgow University Chapel for the best ceremony location you are going to find this side of the Clyde. Then finally the brilliant and incredibly hospitable Harelaw farm just a short drive from the city centre.
Hannah and Finn were such an easy fun loving couple to work with. They really embraced the photographic side of the day wholeheartedly. From those let’s get silly group pictures to holding baby lambs and “walking” through grassy fields during the best evening light Scotland has to offer. I think the fun of it all shows in the photographs and I couldn’t have wished for a better day.
So yeah… I am still not exactly sure what my favourite kind of wedding day is yet, but I do know when you get to hang out with two people that are just plain fun and willing to go along with my silly ideas, combined with some brilliant backdrops, you get brilliant pictures and that probably has to be my favourite kind of wedding day.