Fiona & Martin did something outrageous. They planned and executed their awesome wedding in only 12 weeks! Yes, it can be done! They seized the day and decided that this wedding was going to happen, and it all turned out perfectly. Their wonderful son was ring bearer and they had their family and friends all around them as they tied the knot at Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s House for an Art Lover in Bellahouston Park Glasgow. The venue is beautiful and lends itself so well to weddings that you can have the ceremony, dinner and reception all in several stunning rooms throughout the house.
Martin’s very talented and lovely cousin Sorcha May provided music during the signing of the register and at the dinner too.
We also managed to get outside for some bride & groom portraits just as the sun was going down, our favourite time of day so that was a treat for us too.
The speeches were really lovely, especially when Martin got a bit choked up as he announced that he and his new wife have another baby on the way! Kristeen and I both started to tear up too!
After dinner everyone went downstairs to the party where It’s No’ Reel, a smashing ceilidh band, led everyone through some traditional dancing; the guests and us loved it!
We could not be happier to say congratulations to Martin & Fiona! Enjoy the photos!
Natalie & Rankin met at running club in Bellahouston Park, it was the site of these beautiful engagement photos, and it will be the venue to to host their wedding come February in Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s gorgeous House for an Art Lover. We are always excited when a couple choose a session location that is significant to them and their relationship, it makes the resulting pictures all the more meaningful!
This is definitely one of our favourite engagement sessions to date. Look at these gorgeous sun drenched pics, we feel so lucky to be able to share their love story! We can’t wait for the big day!
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