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Cameron House Wedding | Ailsa + Daniel

2017 August 18

Fe weeks ago, it was my first time at Daniel and Ailsa’s  gorgeous Cameron House wedding at Loch Lomond.  We started the day at the beautiful lodges where Ailsa was getting ready, then had a nice trip with boys on the Loch Lomond on the luxury boat. After the sail 🙂 we’ve moved to the Cameron House for their ceremony, and spent  few minutes at the venue lands for their portraits. Daniel and Ailsa are fun, talented, funny, vibrant, joyous people with a remarkable circle of friends and family in their lives.  Thank you all for sharing this impeccable day with me, and allowing me to document it for you! 


Cameron House Wedding (1)

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Glencorse House Wedding | Tamar + Craig

2017 August 15

This year we are sharing lot’s of weddings from one of our fav venue Glencorse House! And today its another one! It’s amazing to to see how every couple make this place and their day special and different to another one. 

Tamar and Craig’s day kept us on tip toes as we captured so many fantastic moments! Their family and friends are people who know how to have outstanding time and their relationship is so strong! Even not so great weather didn’t spoil their mood and the day overall. 

On this day we were working with our familiar suppliers – City Brides who did amazing hairstyles for our lovely Bride and bridesmaids, as always great job! 

Make up was done by talented Megan Richards. Flowers by Scent of ginger and amazing three plate cakes by Three sisters bake.
Corra was joining us at the evening and made sure the dance floor is on fire! Stunning dress, (which from I couldn’t take my eyes off) worn by Tamar was from Kavelle.

And the Craig’s kilt was made by Nicholson Kilt makers.

I have to mention here about the owner and her daughter Sarah who run the whole wedding and always make sure the couple and us,  have everything we need! So good to work guys! 

 OK. It’s time to see some images from that day!


Glencorse House Wedding (1)

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Prestonfield House Wedding | Claire and Adam

2017 August 11

This is first time we shoot Prestonfield House wedding. And we couldn’t wish to be better! Not only we had glorious weather but we also document people, who we’ve met on couple of weddings before and it felt like photographing friends! Adam and Claire are very laid back people, who wanted all but fun with their family and friends on their day. And literally it was like this! Beautiful Planet Flowers set up made a lovely addition to already stunning venue! 

Here are some of the images from the wedding – Cannot thank Claire and Adam enough for being with them on their wedding day! 

Prestonfield House Wedding

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Crear Wedding | Joanna + Martin

2017 July 29

Hope everyone is enjoying summer time wherever you are, whether it’s a rainy Scotland or sunny meridian island. We are having a lot of fun with all the weddings that we’ve been recently shooting even if we don’t have time for anything else. We are trying very hard to blog every week but it’s physically impossible sometimes so we hope you will forgive us and we promise we will soon throw lots of new love stories! And here is one of them….

Crear Wedding…
We knew Martin from years before when he was a best man on one of the weddings we shoot. Last year he contacted us saying he pop the question and he is getting married. We were so happy he consider us to document this special day for him and his fiancee Joanna. We meet with them and straight away positive vibes clicked between us! We loved how easy and fun they are. As a proof you can take a look at their engagement session that they had with us in Glasgow. After this day we knew their big day will be something special. 
We have never been in this part of Scotland, so for us was double excitement. We went there very early in the morning to make sure we have plenty time to look around. We were blown away when we arrived. The scenery was spectacular, so no wonder why Joanna and Martin who love hiking and nature choose this place. 
The whole day was pure raw from the emotions, laugh and love. We enjoyed so much every moment, even a walk to the very windy beach! 
Thank you so much Joanna and Martin for letting be your storyteller! Working with you was pure joy! 
Take a look at the highlights of their wedding day! 

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Botanic Garden Edinburgh engagement session | Jen + Ant

2017 July 17

Work is usually the place where the couples met for the first time and that was the case with Jen and Ant. That’s how they become friends. 

Spending more and more time together, this slowly started to become something much more than a friendship.

Jen really warmed to Anthony’s kind and caring personality. He would always go out of his way to arrange for them to spend time together. Ant loved Jen’s kind and caring nature, supporting him through hardships, throughout their relationship. Her continued encouragement has also driven him to working hard despite hisill-health.  Out of the blue one day, Anthony told her how he felt, and she was so happy to say that she had began to feel the same way about him.

At their first date, Ant wanted to open up Jen to the Asian culture by taking her to a sushi restaurant. It was a bit risky but it turned out that she loved it so much that it became her most favourite food ever since. 

After being together for over 4 years, Anthony felt that it was the perfect time to start the next chapter in their life. He planned to surprise Jen by proposing to her on the same day as her birthday in order to act as a cover up for it. The plan was to arrange a table at local restaurant and to ask the question there, however, for some reason on the day he was given a completely inappropriate table without even enough room to get in and out of our seats. As a plan B (which he always have!), he took Jen to view the Christmas lights on George Street and had that as his alternative. That did not go to plan as the cold weather drew Jen away and blew his second chance away as well. After these failed attempts, he felt that the only way is to act impulsively and proposed as soon as they stepped foot into the house.  After hearing ‘I’ve been trying to do this all night!’ and looking at the most beautiful ring she have ever seen she said YES! 

They are so excited to turn the next page and set the foundation of their future together. And they will say I do’s this coming Sunday. They look forward to dating together for the rest of their life’s.


Botanic Garden Edinburgh engagement session

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Penicuik House, engagement session | Lynsay and Stuart

2017 July 17
by Karolina Kotkiewicz

In case of Lyndsey and Stuart The saying “the way to the men heart is through the stomach”  is just right. Both met at Ikea where they worked and Stuart use to visit Lynsay at the restaurant on the break for some foodie where she was serving. Lynsay caught Stuart’s eye with her amazing smile and beautiful eyes, so he started to chat to her and things goes on.  It was that time when he got to know her. He knew that she was the one as their shared a lot of the same values and ambitions.

Lynsay really enjoyed talking to him and agreed to meet up outside of work. Things just carried on from there. When they first got together though they seemed to be doomed as a couple!…. Lynsay went on holiday for a week to Tenerife and ended up, stuck because of the ash cloud. Once she finally got home Stuart then went off to Florida for 3 weeks. Then, once he got back, she ended up in hospital. During her recovery, Stuart drove out every single day to see her. She was in a lot of pain and he really looked after her. He got her bowls of ice cream, tried to make her laugh and gave the best cuddles. He was like a best friend and she loved spend time with him. That’s when she realised just how amazing guy he was and that she was absolutely head over heels for him.  Their relationship has just grown stronger and stronger from there.
Few years later, they  moved into their first house together. The Christmas time was the time, when Stuart thought it will be the right moment to ask the big question. They woke up in the morning and Stuart brought their stockings through to open. They had both opened their own when Stuart revealed a third stocking that was for Lynsay. It has the usual assortment of bath goodies etc, but when she got to the bottom there was a little box in the shape of a stocking. Lynsay thought it was a decoration for Christmas tree, but Stuart told her to open it up. When she  opened it, there was a Haribo ring inside, she looked at Stuart to say “very funny” but he wasn’t there beside her. She then realised he was in fact down, at the side of the bed, on one knee with another box. Then he opened the box and asked her to marry him and of course she said yes! She cried of happiness a lot that day ! 
And now after some year of preparations the Big Day is about to happen! They both so excited to see each other on the aisle and spend the rest of their life as a new Mrs. and Mr. Mitchell! 
For their engagement session we went to the Penicuik House where Stu and Lynsay like to spend their free time. I love to watch them and see how bubbly and loving chemistry they have. Take a look at their photos! (To see more images from this shoot please scroll down to the bottom of the post and hit play!).

Penicuik House engagement session

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