LAURA AND MIKE’S MAR HALL WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER
with a beautiful and emotional ceremony at The University of Glasgow Memorial Chapel.
I had worked at the venue before but this was my first time as a Mar Hall wedding photographer. So I was excited at the prospect of the day ahead. The sky was completely blue as I got out of the car and I could see a lot of activity in the upstairs windows of the bridal suite. The hairdressers and makeup artists were getting busy. I felt confident that there would be some lovely moments to be captured of Laura and her bridesmaids getting ready.
Glasgow University Memorial Chapel
Once I finished there I headed off to Glasgow University to meet Mike and photograph the guests arriving. It was a beautiful service in grand and historic surroundings.
Relaxed unposed photography captures the real atmosphere
The party was a cracker with some great speeches and much fun. The day had been full of fabulous moments perfect for my wedding photojournalist approach. I try to capture the day as it really is without the need for the awkward poses you often get with a more old fashioned traditional wedding photographer.
By the time I left things were in full swing. I could see that Laura and Mike had had a wonderful day amongst friends and family at their Mar Hall Wedding. It was a real privilege to be their Mar Hall wedding photographer.
KIND WORDS FROM LAURA & MIKE
“Hi Ashley, We are totally blown away by the photos- they’re brilliant. We’re still on honeymoon just now- we’re back in a week. We are going to find it pretty tough to narrow them down! We’ll be in touch after we’re home and thank you so much once again! Laura and Mike
PICTURES FROM LAURA & MIKE’S MAR HALL WEDDING…
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