Couple: Erin & Greg

Venue: Crear

Date:  30th March 2019

We really are lucky doing this job you know. Getting to travel to some of the best parts of the country to take pictures of people on the happiest day of their lives is an absolute treat.

Erin and Greg first got in touch with us all the way back in 2017, which seems like so long ago now! Time however, did its thing, and before we knew it the day of the wedding was fast approaching. Crear is situated out on the Kintyre peninsula, right on the ragged west coast of Scotland, opposite Jura. A nice early start was in order then! It’s a really fantastic drive on the way out there though, so absolutely worth getting up early for.

Crear Wedding Photography

Once we arrived on site we were greeted with the most amazing location for a wedding. With the converted cottage serving as the central hub for the day’s festivities, and the beach just down the road we could really see why Erin and Greg had picked it for their day.

The ceremony was to held outside, overlooking the sea and the hills of Jura. Despite some good old west coast wind (so glad I brought my gloves!) the ceremony was really touching and personal, with readings and music from friends and family. I would say not a dry eye in the house, but the wind took care of that!

After the ceremony, all the guests hurried back indoors for a bit of shelter and a well-earned glass of bubbly, while we grabbed some shots of the newlyweds in the stunning scenery of Crear. We even had enough time to head down to the beach for a couple of pictures! Erin and Greg had even brought along their wee dog, so it was fantastic to be able to get them a picture with him too :)

Next it was on to everyone’s favourite part of the day, the speeches! Greg’s speech was particularly memorable, with a run-down of the many loves of his life (his cars) using a projector with pictures as he went through them all. After dinner it was time for the evenings celebrations to really begin, and Erin and Greg had decided to go for a traditional ceilidh. Greg’s family, who are all Welsh, were absolutely loving all the dances and we got loads of great stuff for their pictures and mini-movie!

What a thoroughly excellent day, well done Erin and Greg! By the time we arrived home it had been a really long one, but totally worth it! Congratulations once again Mr and Mrs Fury!

We really are lucky doing this job you know. Getting to travel to some of the best parts of the country to take pictures of people on the happiest day of their lives is an absolute treat.

 

Erin and Greg first got in touch with us all the way back in 2017, which seems like so long ago now! Time however, did its thing, and before we knew it the day of the wedding was fast approaching. Crear is situated out on the Kintyre peninsula, right on the ragged west coast of Scotland, opposite Jura. A nice early start was in order then! It’s a really fantastic drive on the way out there though, so absolutely worth getting up early for.

 

Once we arrived on site we were greeted with the most amazing location for a wedding. With the converted cottage serving as the central hub for the day’s festivities, and the beach just down the road we could really see why Erin and Greg had picked it for their day.

 

The ceremony was to held outside, overlooking the sea and the hills of Jura. Despite some good old west coast wind (so glad I brought my gloves!) the ceremony was really touching and personal, with readings and music from friends and family. I would say not a dry eye in the house, but the wind took care of that!

 

After the ceremony, all the guests hurried back indoors for a bit of shelter and a well-earned glass of bubbly, while we grabbed some shots of the newlyweds in the stunning scenery of Crear. We even had enough time to head down to the beach for a couple of pictures! Erin and Greg had even brought along their wee dog, so it was fantastic to be able to get them a picture with him too :)

 

Next it was on to everyone’s favourite part of the day, the speeches! Greg’s speech was particularly memorable, with a run-down of the many loves of his life (his cars) using a projector with pictures as he went through them all. After dinner it was time for the evenings celebrations to really begin, and Erin and Greg had decided to go for a traditional ceilidh. Greg’s family, who are all Welsh, were absolutely loving all the dances and we got loads of great stuff for their pictures and mini-movie!

 

What a thoroughly excellent day, well done Erin and Greg! By the time we arrived home it had been a really long one, but totally worth it! Congratulations once again Mr and Mrs Fury!

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