Eryn & David's Wedding, Largs & Piersland House, Troon

Well what an utterly lovely sunny day we had on Eryn and David's wedding day, which let's be honest, was absolutely perfect given they were married in their home seaside town of Largs, it just has to be sunny, right?

I take my own family to Largs very frequently and I've always wanted to photograph a wedding in 'that' big red church on the seafront as it's such a lovely building (St Columbas to be exact). And it didn't disappoint. What's more, David is part of the RNLI Lifeboat crew stationed in Largs and we had planned to pop over to photograph them both together with the lifeboat and on-call crew members so that they didn't miss out. If we had more time I'd have had Eryn and David on the lifeboat in the water!

When we arrived at the Piersland Hotel in Troon, we were met with clear blue skies and could easily have been somewhere more exotic. The good weather meant that everybody was extremely relaxed and the kids made full use of the huge lawn to run about and play on. It's one of the best parts of photographing a wedding for me, floating about capturing everybody enjoying their day.

I thoroughly enjoyed taking Eryn and David away for a short while where we found some fantastic colours of purples and yellows amongst the flowers.

Eryn and David, thank you so much for having me photograph your wedding day. Here is a small selection of what I captured for you all to enjoy.

Julia & Gordon's Wedding, Lochgreen House Hotel

It's well over 10 years since I had last seen Julia when we used to work together in Nottingham. Facebook has helped us to keep in touch and whilst I moved north of the border, Julia jetted off to work and play in Dubai and now Oman where she met Gordon.

I was delighted when she got in touch to ask if I would photograph their small and intimate wedding which was to take place at Lochgreen House Hotel in Troon, Scotland. Gordon is Scottish and they wanted a small wedding with close friends and family and especially for Gordon's Gran. After the wedding, Julia and Gordon would fly to Thailand to join their friends and have another wedding celebration!

I travelled down to Lochgreen House to meet them both the day before the wedding as I really wanted to meet Gordon and see Julia again before the big day. It was also lovely to be able to meet lots of their family too.

The weather was absolutely awful. Windy and wet was the order of the day. But it certainly didn't dampen anyones spirits. It was a lovely ceremony in a gorgeous room which was also the setting for the speeches and meal.

Here is a small selection of images that tell the story of Julia and Gordon's wedding day.