If you follow this journal with any reverence, you may remember seeing these two faces last week when I posted their engagement session in The Trossachs. I jumped on the train earlier in the week before their wedding and met them in Glasgow. Rory had been home for a while but Sarah hadn’t been on the ground long and both had a hectic week ahead ensuring the last minute details were given due attention. Despite being short on time we jumped in the car and headed for the countryside to create some portraits I’m super proud of.
I’m thankful for all of the connections I make in life, and the culmination of the last 15 years brought me to photographing Sarah + Rory’s wedding at Crossbasket Castle last Autumn.
With family and friends from all over the world, a strong Scottish thread, a Wolf Pack-esque group of groomsmen, the most wonderful and charismatic Father of The Bride and a wonderful team of suppliers… this was a wedding to remember.
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