Wedding Photography in Scotland

Artistic, Fun, Story telling wedding photography, for you to enjoy and look back on time and time again.

Photographing weddings in Scotland is one of my favourite things ever. With beautiful light, impecable scenary and really lovely people, I'm really glad to be known as a Wedding Photographer in Scotland. Having lived in the west end of Glasgow for over 4 years I've come to know the area really well.With beautiful venues all over Scotland such as Cottiers, St Andrews on the Square, Byre Inchyra and Other unique and Quirky wedding venues, there's few places that are as perfect for a wedding or elopement.

Scottish Wedding Photography Questions

Do you charge travel to photograph our Scottish Wedding? If your wedding is within 2.5 hours drive of Glasgow, no travel charges will be added on. When I photograph weddings in Scotland I stay with my dad in Lanarkshire.

Do you have the knowledge, equipment and experience to deal with Scottish Winter Weddings? Yes I do! I love a Scottish Winter weding! The fog, the crisp air, and the darker nights. I will work with you to create the perfect timeline to account for time, photos, weather and a stress free experience.


  • Beautiful Light
  • Gorgeous Scenary and landscapes
  • Quirky City Streets with magnificent architecture
  • Super friendly people
  • Humanist ceremonies are legal
  • Wide range of venues to suit all
  • An excuse for guests to have a holiday up to Scotland
  • Gorgeous Winters
  • Beaches, mountains and Lochs
  • Ancient Scottish Traditions which are pretty cool


Doune Castle, Stirling

The Treehouse at the Lodge, Argyll

The Byre at Inchyra, Perthshire

Lunga House, Craobh Haven, Argyll

Ardoch, Loch Lomond

The Lighthouse, Glasgow

Crear House and Studio, Argyll

The Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow

Comrie Croft, Crieff, Perthshire

The Silver Marlin, Loch Lomond

Harvest Moon Holidays, East Lothian

Errol Park, Errol, Perthshire

Jupiter Artland, Wilkieston, Edinburgh

Myres Castle, Fife

Eden Village Leisure, Cumbernauld

Roulotte Retreat, Scottish Borders

Barlinikhill Country House

Log Cabin Ravensheugh, Edinburgh

West Brewery, Glasgow

Highland Tipis, Perthshire

Advice on getting married in Scotland


I've been photographing weddings in/around Scotland for 4 years now - and the weather has never made me think "Hmm, wish this wedding was elsewhere today!". Weather doesn't impact your wedding day as much as you'd think - and if you hire a professional photographer, you'll still get incredible photos, providing you're up for working for them. I do say this with a pinch of salt however, because if your venue has literally no shelter whatsoever, you're certainly being adventurous hehe! This would be the case throughout the world though, you never know when it's going to rain suddenly. Even if it does rain, 9/10 weddings I've done where it's rained, there's normally a dry few minutes after the meal before the dancing, which is certainly worthwhile going outside for.


There are different types of ceremonies that can take place in Scotland. A religious wedding with a religious celebrant at place of worship, A religious celebrant at a venue, A registry office wedding with a registrar, A venue wedding with a visiting registrar, or a humanist ceremony. This is entirely your decision as it’s a personal one that you and your partner should discuss and research as to what suits you and your beliefs.


Are you thinking of having a big traditional wedding, an alternative off-beat non conventional wedding, or a small intimate wedding? Or are you even considering an elopement? Elopements in Scotland are very popular because it’s such a beautiful country.

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