three sisters bake wedding

Three Sisters Bake Wedding, Killearn Village Hall

Lauren & Euan’s Wedding Story

Lauren and Euan were incredibly nervous about having their photo taken. So, like most wedding couples I work with, I took them up to Balmaha for an engagement session. It’s the absolute best way to help a couple overcome their anxieties about being in front of the camera. And I’m pleased to say that they felt a lot better after it.

So on to the wedding day, my goodness, what a day they had, perfect weather looking out from Killearn Village Hall towards Loch Lomond, superb. The team at Three Sisters Bake are one of the most helpful wedding teams there is in my experience of working with venues. They just make everything happen seamlessly and Sheena does an incredible job.

Although I’ve photographed lots of weddings at Killearn Village Hall, this was my first time capturing a wedding ceremony within Killearn Kirk, right next door. A beautiful village church in idyllic surroundings was the perfect accompaniment to a wedding reception at Killearn Village Hall.

They day finished with the most spectacular of sunsets casting a warm orange glow on to the building. Due to timings, I had to take Lauren and Euan out just before golden hour with all their guests on the balcony looking over them. The sunset came a bit later.

Here are some images for you to enjoy, scroll to the bottom to find out the team behind Lauren and Euan’s wedding day.

Thanks so much for sending our wedding gallery through, we’re delighted to receive them! They look great, you’ve captured the day so well!
— Lauren & Euan

Lauren & Euan’s awesome wedding team:

Venue: Killearn Kirk then Three Sisters Bake, Killearn Village Hall
Second Photographer: Lyall from Lyall Gallacher Photography
Band: Flung Aboot
Cake: Three Sisters Bake
Flowers: Betty Bluebell
Make Up: Marisa Brown Make Up
Hair: The Hair Boutique
Wedding Dress: Sarah Louise Bridal

2016: A year of wedding photography in Scotland

2016 has, quite simply, been off the scale. I spent a good few hours today going through each and every wedding I've photographed this year and I became emotionally involved all over again. I witnessed so much love and laughter and oh so many friendships. I heard beautiful stories about the lives of people I barely knew. I laughed and I cried many times. My heart overwhelmed with emotion. And best of all, I get to stand there and capture those very moments. Because I'm not just a photographer, I'm a human being and it's impossible for your fabulous days not to affect me.

I have been incredibly lucky to have joined so many of you at some of the most beautiful places across Scotland including Kinkell Byre, Kirknewton Stables, Glenfinnan House Hotel, Killearn Village Hall, Ardoch, Aberdour Castle, Loch Lomond Arms Hotel, Pollokshields Burgh Hall, Solsgirth House, Doune Castle and many more.

Thank you so much to all my brides and grooms for letting me into your lives to capture your amazing days, for believing in me and for giving me so much to capture to enable me to tell your stories.

I give you a glimpse of what 2016 looked like from where I was standing.

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Scotland Wedding: Doune Castle & Killearn Village Hall

A lovely morning spent at Will and Natalie's beautiful converted stables home meant I was spoiled for choice when taking photos of the dress, shoes and the amazing flowers by Endrick Blooms. Great to arrive to see Will's handy work on their VW T5 camper van too! Then the showers came and we had a dramatic entrance to Doune Castle as the rain poured down from above. But that rain was short-lived and we were able to get outside into the grounds of this amazing castle. And not knowing the area that well, I was delighted when they suggested stopping at a little bridge where you can see the castle in the background.

Fantastic to work alongside Three Sisters Bake again at their Killearn Village Hall venue and that cake! Oh and a special mention has to go to Nick & Jack from The Veritable Ceilidh Club as they performed during the ceremony. Particular highlights were Stand By Me and then Falling Slowly during the signing. Amazing stuff!

So sit back, relax and enjoy this little sneak peek from another fabulous wedding day.

Killearn Wedding, Three Sisters Bake

My very first wedding at Killearn didn't disappoint and Three Sisters Bake were, as ever, amazing. Killearn has so much to offer, plenty to explore.