It seems so long ago now that I first met Jayne and Paul when they booked me for a couples photo shoot back in 2012. Who knew that they would go on to get engaged and then have one of the most fabulous weddings of 2015?! Jayne also taught my eldest son how to swim when he was a baby. Small world.
Planning a date for their engagement shoot was almost logistically impossible with Jayne's new job taking her all over the world and Paul continuing his time spent away with the army. But we finally got there, first meeting up at Airth Castle for a coffee and a catch up and then over to Solsgirth House for a good look around. Although, somehow, we ended up back in Glasgow for the actual shoot which you can see here.
I was very excited about Jayne and Paul's wedding, not only because of the venue, but also because Paul was going to be in full military uniform and that there would be a guard of honour complete with swords (which are very heavy by the way as I was allowed to hold one). And I wasn't disappointed, seeing them all in their uniforms just added to the occasion for me. I was also really pleased that Jayne and her bridesmaids headed to Solsgirth House to continue getting ready after a morning spent at Airth Castle. The room at Soslgirth was amazing with so much lovely light pouring through the huge windows!
Whilst I was taking a few photos of the guys making last minute adjustments to their uniforms, there were a few very heavy drops of rain. Thankfully, it held off and Jayne and Paul were able to have an outdoor ceremony.
An utterly fabulous wedding day with so many laughs, great company, some tears and some smart dance moves - and that was just Paul!
Some amazing wedding suppliers worked hard to make this an amazing day, including Suzanne Esper Cakes, Kirsty MacPherson, Goldstar (whose performance of the first dance song was amazing, link to song at bottom), Studio Flowers and Gelato Indulgence, go check 'em out.
Here is a selection of my favourite images from their day, enjoy!