A Laggan GG’s yard wedding never fails to impress and yet again, didn’t disappoint! With stunning scenery and gorgeous indoor spaces, this is a truly world-class venue in every way. As usual, the staff were on the ball and eager to help. Thanks guys!
Kimberly and Jamie opted for a combined photo and video package after recommendations from several friends whose weddings I had shot over the years. It’s always nice to get work this way and lovely to catch up with previous couples. One wedding this year had 6 there! Wowza!
The morning weather got off to a moody start but my request for a sunny afternoon was granted and the sun popped out just in time! The day was captured in a candid manner with minimal fuss, catching the moments mainly as they happened just as Kimberly and Jamie requested.
Full day Photo and Film Package.
A relaxed morning with preparations on-site meant we had loads of time and zero stress, well, from our point of view anyway! This is always a good thing on the morning of a wedding! Only travelling 30 yards from the preparations room to the alter is always a big help! A humanist service by the lovely Barbera Chalmers was followed by canapes and drinks on a sunny late summer afternoon. Even in the event of inclement weather GG’s offers super spaces indoors with good light and ample space to do family photos etc.
The great atmosphere continued into the evening and when we left around 9.30 pm the dance floor was in full flow!
Great to be a part of a great day for both sets of family.
Enjoy the highlights film and photos from the day!
A big shout out to all suppliers involved in making a fabulous day!
Hi, I’m Lee, a Dumfries Wedding Photographer. I provide wedding photography in a natural, relaxed style across the U.K. and beyond.
Nicola and Kieran’s big day took place in the stunning surroundings of Dalswinton Estate which is truly stunning in every way! It really is soooooo nice to be photographing weddings again!
The Estate is situated just a few miles from Dumfries and features stunning grounds which contain a loch, lush gardens, a walled garden, and a marquee. Be sure to check out what’s on offer for your big day!
Accommodation for the bridal party is available on-site if required. The Bridal party stayed the night before in the Mews Cottage which is only a short walk from the walled garden where the ceremony was due to take place.
Nicola and Kieran booked me as they wanted their big day documented in a natural relaxed style. Below are a few highlights of the big day!
We were blessed with a warm summer day that allowed guests to mingle outside and play some lawn games while we did some family group photos. Plenty of prosecco and beer was on hand for the all-important hydration though so no worries there!!
A superb day was had by all. Thanks to Nicola and Kieran for choosing me to document their lovely day in pictures. It was both fun and a great pleasure to be a part of the big day!
Huge thanks to all involved in the running of the day.
It’s always a pleasure making the scenic journey to shoot a GG’s Yard Wedding. Even on a late December day, the surroundings are as stunning as ever! With rolling hills on one side of the road and the lovely Carrick Shore Coast on the other its a real feast for the eyes.
This was my first time at GG’s for a micro wedding and everything ran perfectly. Nicola and Stuart had a lovely laid-back wedding day with 14 of their closest friends and family, and their lovely Labrador of course! David Smith was his usual cheery self and delivered a lovely Humanist Ceremony. Micro weddings are really lovely in a different way to a larger affair and certainly not something to be afraid of, especially in these uncertain times.
Here is a selection of images showing the highlights of the day. Enjoy!
The star of the show for sure!! What a handsome boy!
The sun even made a brief appearance in the afternoon. We were lucky with a lovely winters day though.
I hope you enjoyed these highlights from Nicola and Stuarts GG’s Yard Wedding. It was a pleasure to be involved on the day. A big thank you as always to Vikki and all the staff.
I love to shoot weddings big or small across the U.K. and beyond. Get in touch HERE to find out if your big date is available and get the ball rolling!
Small weddings are just awesome! I was lucky enough to be a second shooter with the one and only Neil Thomas Douglas back in January. This was my first elopement and what a great day it was! With stags, dogs, great people, and amazing scenery we couldn’t go wrong really! In this current climate, smaller weddings are going to feature more and more and this is no bad thing at all. Absolutely lovely to be a part of this day from start to finish.
Glencoe was epic and the weather played ball for us and Kat and Grant were awesome to work with! We started off at the Ballachulish Hotel which is situated where Loch Linnhe meets Loch Leven. The Ceremony was planned at Glen Etive so the weather was monitored with military precision!
A very chilled wedding morning ensued with lots of laughs and good banter and food. Just the way it should be! Stress levels close to zero for all involved!
Glen Etive in front of the “Little White House” on the bed of the river Coupall was the setting for a lovely fun-filled ceremony conducted by Gail Brack from Humanist Society Scotland. The wind blew strong but the rains stayed away! Such a stunning setting for a ceremony.
A fine mix of Yorkshire Ale and Malt Whiskey was blended in-situ and sampled with mixed opinions!
WE GOT A STAG!!!
A few drams at The Clachaig Inn followed before heading back to Ballachulish for the wedding meal and celebrations.
All the best to Kat and Grant in their future together and a big well done to all involved in making a brilliant day!
Small weddings are awesome and I’d love to be your elopement wedding photographer, Get in touch HERE to find out more!
Back in September 2019, I was lucky enough to be involved in Ellen and Daniel’s big day. Two stunning locations in St Andrews Cathedral and The Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow. I do love a city-center wedding. Always a real buzz around them! I am often involved in Glasgow Wedding Photography in the many locations throughout the city ranging from classic hotels to street food-themed hipster venues. All part of the fun of this great job!
I was a second shooter on this project alongside Simon Lees. A lovely day to be involved in and thanks for having me.
Enjoy some of the highlights!
A walk through the city in Kilts is always sure to attract the attention of the tourists and today was no exception! Next stop St Andrews Cathedral on the banks of the River Clyde for a lovely ceremony.
One of the coolest wedding cars I’ve seen!
Canapes and drinks back at the hotel. Always good to get a catch up with friends and family.
Hope you enjoyed some of these highlights from the big day!
I travel all over the UK and beyond shooting weddings in a discreet manner. Get in touch HERE to find out if your date is available and we can get the ball rolling.
I was excited for my trip to our capital city in September 2019 for Anna and Norman’s Signet Library Wedding. As far as venues go this is a beezer! The Signet Library just oozes class and the attention to detail within the building is amazing!
All of the rooms are gorgeous and a pleasure to photograph. Such attention to detail in the fine decor and furnishings are demonstrated in all of the rooms with each one impressing in its own way.
The Library is so tranquil especially given the fact it’s on the Royal Mile which was absolutely buzzing! There was even a feature film being filmed a few yards away.
The Venue suited a string quartet down to the ground.
One thing I love about my job is the variation in venues that I encounter. It can be a barn or Yurt one week and then a building like this the next. I love the variation that photographing weddings bring.
I love the smell inside a vintage car! Don’t know why!
Privacy & Cookies Policy
Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.
Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website.