Wedding Photography in Glasgow is always fun.
The city is known for it friendly and outgoing inhabitants. Shooting in the city can be a little bit difficult especially when it comes to transport but the photo opportunities are spectacular! Since I started photographing weddings, Glasgow has been one of my favourite places to work.
This wedding of Natalie & Allan’s kind of reminded of my own wedding. A very well organised bride to be and a future husband who gets to gets to reap the rewards of a very well planned shindig! Honestly, I’ve never seen a bride so relaxed getting ready for her big day. The venue’s for the ceremony and reception are well known Glaswegian establishments. St Mungo’s Museum of Religious Life and Art resides beside Glasgow Cathedral and boasts a zen garden and exhibits art relating to all the world’s major religions. With so many places available to us, seems like we could’ve shot all day there. We went for something a bit different and shot a few images in the Necropolis.
The party itself was held at Sloan’s, the oldest bar and restaurant in the city which was established in 1797. It’s a great place with a lot of character, no wonder it’s been on the go for so long.
Most of all, I would like to wish all the very best to Natalie and Allan who kindly had me along to capture their wedding for them. Wedding photography in Glasgow has never been so much fun!
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