Wednesday, 29 February 2012

An epic wedding shoot day out.

It was an early rise for me yesterday as the day had finally arrived for the Epic wedding shoot. We have been planning this shoot for several weeks now and it was so exciting to finally get to the grand finale so the pain of waking up at 4.30am was definitely eased by the thought of the day ahead. The location was the stunning Ardkinglas in Argyll, which happens to be on my route home to Mum and Dad's so the journey was very familiar to me and thankfully made it easy to navigate at that time in the morning.

The view from the house over Loch Fyne

It was a typical Scottish day when we got there, misty and drizzly, which gave Ardkinglas a romantic, eerie atmosphere but meant most of our plans for shooting outside were abandoned. This didnt prove a problem as the house itself was a labyrinth of grand and stunning rooms which gave more than enough scope for what we had planned. The rooms were filled to the brim with antiques, curiosities, books and endless props which added to the props brought by the team meant our imaginations could run wild.

The team itself was pretty massive and amazing, everyone brought something special to the day.

Fabulous Photography - Caroline from CandySnaps
Brilliant Videography - Eileen from Sugar8
Floral maestros - Di and team from Roots and Fruits
Jewels and Prettiness - Alison Macleod
Ace Location styling - Be Eventful
 Gorgeous Make-up - Julie Diplacito
Equally gorgeous Hair - Anne Marie McElroy
Pretty pretty Hair Accessories - La Belle Epoque and William Chambers
Mens Vintage outfits - Glasgow Vintage Company
Yummy cakes - Cupcake Couture and 3 sisters bake.

Phew! I am pretty sure I havent forgotten anyone apart from our 3 fabulous couples who so kindly took a long day off from their lives for us to dress them up and make them pose and who were altogether awesome.

Rowan x

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