Outdoor Humanist Scottish Spring Wedding at Balinakill Country House
Mhairi & Greig booked me for their Spring wedding at Balinakill Country House, featuring unique and quirky wedding suppliers from Glasgow. They came across my work online after searching for someone quirky, alternative and fun. They liked my previous work on DIY weddings, capturing natural moments as the day unfolded. Mhairi was a quirky vibrant bride with tattoos. Greig & his groomsmen wore kilts, and their theme was DIY floral decor.
Their wedding day was truly noteworthy, filled with a variety of flowers, candles, colours and food. Mhairi’s dress was seriously gorgeous, too. She chose a bespoke dressmaker who designed something using colour, floaty feel to it and really flattering to show off Mhairi’s beautiful tattoos. Her dress was made by Betty Spoke! (Betty’s simply lovely – if you’re wanting a custom-made dress, definitely worth giving her a shout!) We had a lot of fun taking wedding pictures, as well. They didn’t see each other until Mhairi was walking down the aisle. The emotions are truly priceless. Have a peek below!
A bit about the band & wedding dress
It’s no reel are an awesome Scottish Ceilidh band who really got the guests onto the dance floor, and taught them how to Ceilidh. I highly recommend them for any event taking place where you want to get your guests hyped up and dancing. Mhairi’s wedding dress had two parts to it, so when the evening began she could take a layer off and let her hair down. Mhairi’s wedding dress suited the venue and surroundings really well, we could make use of the flowing of the dress, her epic flower crown and kick-ass tattoos which she rocked.
Here are photos of a Spring wedding at Balinakill Country House