Another lovely wedding from the archive to share – Anna and Marcus’s special day which took place at St Columba’s Church of Scotland in Pont Street, London followed by their reception at the Caledonian Club in Belgravia.
The majority of the weddings that I shoot tend to be in and around my home county of Surrey. This means that I normally am not too far away from some form of greenery or natural surrounds to utilise for the bride and groom portraits.
Naturally such weddings that take place in London aren’t always blessed with such flexibility, and they can offer a totally different feel and theme, with historic buildings/architecture and iconic landmarks providing additional features for the portraits.
Anna and Marcus were quite fortunate that with the Caledonian Club, they had access to Belgrave Square Gardens which allowed us to grab some very nice natural backdrop styled portraits of the happy couple.
This was a wedding with a real mixture of cultures – Anna being of Australian descent, and Marcus being of Scottish (hence the choice of venues!) – so it proved to be quite an enjoyable and fun day full of much banter and jesting throughout.
No Scottish wedding is complete without the bagpipes, and I’m pleased to say that there was a piper there to welcome the wedding party at the reception upon arrival!
Before you ask, I’ve no idea whether the groomsmen wore underwear under their Kilts! ha ha
I’ve put together a small collection of shots from their day which you can view here below.
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