Couple: Sarah + Craig

Venue: St. Luke's 

Date: 14th April 2019

We’ve been out in the countryside quite a lot recently, so it was awesome to be back in Glasgow for a city wedding!

St Luke’s is a fantastic venue, right at the east end of the city centre, and really close to the iconic Barras market. We’d never worked here before, so we were really excited when Sarah and Craig got in touch and told us of their plans for the day.

The ceremony was great and got loads of lovely shots of the most special part of the day. Even more special was the ending, where Craig had pulled some strings and got local up-and-coming artist Daniel Docherty to perform one of his songs as they walked down the aisle. Sarah was absolutely speechless (and so were all the guests), what an end to proceedings!

St Luke's Wedding Photography

Afterwards there was only one place we all wanted to go for the photoshoot, the Barras of course! We’ve been wanting to shoot at this famous Glasgow location for some time, and it didn’t disappoint. There was even time for Sarah and Craig to stop for a cheeky half in one of the trendy bars that are popping up around the Gallowgate.

On to the speeches then, which were an absolute riot, well done to everyone involved! Craig had prepared Jaeger-bombs for every guest, which made us a wee bit jealous and brought back some very hazy memories of nights out in Glasgow. On top of that he’d written a really lovely poem for Sarah which was unexpected and really touching. When it came time for the best men to speak they didn’t let the side down either. Guests and family alike were rolling in the isles as the two speakers regaled them with tales and pictures of our groom’s less dignified moments :)

Dancing time was soon upon us, and as tradition dictates, it’s the newlyweds who take to the floor first. Now, we’ve heard a lot of first dance songs over the years, some of them we’ve even heard a few times. We have never heard anyone go for Luther Vandross though, and it was a top, top choice (and a personal favourite of mine!) After the first dance was over it was time for everybody to get involved, and the crowd didn’t need to be told twice!

Of course, there was just enough time for a wee night shot of the fantastic St. Luke’s building before we headed home for the night. It’s always great to end the day with one last shot of the happy couple, a fitting close to an amazing day. Thanks again for having us along to photograph your wedding guys, we had a really great time!

We’ve been out in the countryside quite a lot recently, so it was awesome to be back in Glasgow for a city wedding!

 

St Luke’s is a fantastic venue, right at the east end of the city centre, and really close to the iconic Barras market. We’d never worked here before, so we were really excited when Sarah and Craig got in touch and told us of their plans for the day.

 

The ceremony was great and got loads of lovely shots of the most special part of the day. Even more special was the ending, where Craig had pulled some strings and got local up-and-coming artist Daniel Docherty to perform one of his songs as they walked down the aisle. Sarah was absolutely speechless (and so were all the guests), what an end to proceedings!

 

Afterwards there was only one place we all wanted to go for the photoshoot, the Barras of course! We’ve been wanting to shoot at this famous Glasgow location for some time, and it didn’t disappoint. There was even time for Sarah and Craig to stop for a cheeky half in one of the trendy bars that are popping up around the Gallowgate.

 

On to the speeches then, which were an absolute riot, well done to everyone involved! Craig had prepared Jaeger-bombs for every guest, which made us a wee bit jealous and brought back some very hazy memories of nights out in Glasgow. On top of that he’d written a really lovely poem for Sarah which was unexpected and really touching. When it came time for the best men to speak they didn’t let the side down either. Guests and family alike were rolling in the isles as the two speakers regaled them with tales and pictures of our groom’s less dignified moments :)

 

Dancing time was soon upon us, and as tradition dictates, it’s the newlyweds who take to the floor first. Now, we’ve heard a lot of first dance songs over the years, some of them we’ve even heard a few times. We have never heard anyone go for Luther Vandross though, and it was a top, top choice (and a personal favourite of mine!) After the first dance was over it was time for everybody to get involved, and the crowd didn’t need to be told twice!

 

Of course, there was just enough time for a wee night shot of the fantastic St. Luke’s building before we headed home for the night. It’s always great to end the day with one last shot of the happy couple, a fitting close to an amazing day. Thanks again for having us along to photograph your wedding guys, we had a really great time!

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