Gill and Gerry's Glasgow Wedding...

Just a few days after Christmas, on a clear and frosty day, Gerry and Gill got married at Glasgow's House For an Art Lover. The Charles Rennie Macintosh building suited Gerry and Gill's vintage style perfectly; its dark wood panelled rooms creating a cosy wintry atmosphere, the Art Nouveau interior complimenting the bridal party's timelessly chic outfits and the glow from the original Macintosh glass lamps and glasses of mulled wine encouraging everyone to forget the Scottish winter and embrace the festive warmth that Gerry and Gill created on their wedding day.


From Gill's preparations at south Glasgow's magnificent Sherbrooke Castle Hotel to the evening celebrations with a jazz band in House for An Art Lover's café, with Gill's stunning backless dress, Gerry's super sharp suit and three adorable flowergirls in the most gorgeous child sized flapper dresses it was a truly chic affair. And nothing thrills me quite like seeing a woman rock a pair of red shoes on her wedding day!






























































































































Wedding venue - House for an Art Lover
Bride's preparations venue - Sherbrooke Castle Hotel
Wedding Photography - Lillian and Leonard Wedding Photography
Bridal dress - Pronovias


6 comments:

Monique said...

Beautiful Photos!

ohare said...

Crickey, you guys look gorgeous. I look old and haggard - that's kids for you!!!
Love the snaps(or should I say 'hello style images!)'. A perferct reminder of a perfect day.
Stevie boy

Sparklie said...

Simply wonderful!

Loretta said...

House for an Art Lover - when I lived in Glasgow, I meant to go there all the time, but never did. Now living in Edinburgh, I want to return for a visit. Looks lovely!

Indian Summers said...

So so beautiful. Oh, how I wish you lived in London so you could photograph my wedding (though I fear I could not afford you even if you did!). Keep up the beautiful work.

Krista said...

your style is AMAZING! love it!