Wedding Photographer Scotland // My 2019 Retrospective

April 29, 2020

Wedding & Elopement Photographer Scotland

My 2019 Retrospective

Here are some of my favourites snaps from photographing weddings and elopements in Scotland & Iceland in 2019.  It was such an amazing year and I am so thankful to all my couples for having me along for the ride.  I went on so many unforgettable adventures, made loads of new friends and witnessed countless beautiful moments.  It was nearly impossible to chose these photos and I think if i was going to pick them again tomorrow I'd come up with a completely different selection.

I certainly clocked up the wedding miles with a few trips to Iceland including a visit to the stunning Hotel Ranga, boarding the Misty Isle Boat to explore the very remote Loch Coruisk and I even went over to Paris for an amazing couple shoot.  As well as all travelling about I am super lucky to have worked at brilliant venues right here on my doorstep in Glasgow such as BAaD and 29 Private Member's Club.

I also loved the increase in the popularity of elopements in 2019 and long may this continue!  With rugged landscapes, atmospheric mountains and lochs it's no surprise that Scotland is becoming one of the most popular elopement locations in the world.  It's amazing to see people travel from as far away as Australia to have their own wee wedding.

There has also been a significant rise in the number of dogs at weddings which is a trend I can totally get behind.  I've yet to see a cat as a guest though, please make this happen.

Grab a brew and buckle yourself in, it's a long one...

a bride in a beautiful dress stands by a window a dog wearing a wedding hat a wedding couple stand under the northern lights

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