Kenmore wedding photography- Scotland’s Oldest Inn.
No idea where I should even start with this wedding. Not only because it was filled with symbolic and meaningful things or words. Not only because we were surrounded by stunning views. Place where I have never been before and probably would never get there if not for that wedding. Not only every single moment was an extraordinary moment here and now. You could feel presence and joy all over the place.
Have I mentioned already I love nature and Scotland is the most beautiful place in the world ? Probably I haven’t in this post so here it is- if you are getting married in Scotland then you are very lucky. Just a little reminder of another love of mine.
This wedding and this family are very special to me. Mostly, because after 3 other weddings with this family I know most people by name now and I feel like a part of their wonderful and colourful pack. Family filled with love, compassion and understanding. Family from which, we all could easily learn and use their knowledge and experience as a great example. I will be forever grateful to the universe for letting me make my dreams come true to be a wedding photographer, a silent ninja who is observing and wiping tears behind the camera touched by another little/huge moment.
Symbols, presence of absent friends and family throughout the day.
Now, that’s something what not many people know about me.I am absolutely lost in symbols and little magic of everyday life. I believe, that little things can make your everyday life a bit special and a bit meaningful.It can show you presence of absent people and can make us feel less lonely here. Those people believe this too.Very sadly, Nanna couldn’t be present for this wonderful day but everyone could feel her presence. Even sunflowers- her favourite flowers were incorporated all over the place. Wherever we looked we could feel and see her smiling and loving face. And so ,forever grateful Papa was able to be present there and be part of the wonderful wedding of another grandchild. I really wonder what he thought and felt when he saw Ciorstaidh walking down the aisle. Must have been so special for him. These are only few out of many special moments and trust me I could go on for hours but instead I would like to invite you to view some of the photos from this very special wedding. Thank you for your time and presence here.
Very special thanks go to my Dear friend Woytek, photographer who second shoot with me. Great pleasure to see completely different energy and approach to a wedding yet from another talented photographer.