What a month it has been for We Fell In Love. Not only do we have ourselves two fantastic new guest bloggers, but we also have had a wonderful variety of Scottish weddings to inspire. That made picking our top ten of the month a little bit of a challenge. But struggle on we did and here they are – our top 10 wedding photographs of May…
1. Vera and David
With a wonderful mix of Scottish-Hungarian wedding traditions, Vera and David celebrated their wedding with friends and family. The following day they took a trip to the Highlands – just the two of them.
We love this image – it captures so much…
(Photographer: Julian Gyula Zacsfalvi)
2. Liam and Jennifer
Inspired by their parents (both wed for over 30 years), Liam and Jennifer’s country house wedding was simple yet beautiful.
We love this photograph of Jennifer and her Dad walking up the aisle.
(Photographer: Soraya Photography)
3. Joanne and Ewan
Joanne and Ewan’s winter wedding was all about celebrating with their favourite people. Gathering family and friends together for a weekend was the perfect way of saying their I Dos.
We love everything about this photograph – the setting, the season, the romance…
(Photographer: Suzanne Li Photography )
4. Joan and Nairn
We’ve been so excited to share our guest blogger Joan’s wedding. It is literally brimming with Christmas delights.
And this photograph captures that top-of-the-world just married feeling.
(Photographer: Blue Sky Photography)
5. Laura and Jake
Romantic and windswept Laura and Jake’s engagement shoot was inspired by their mutual love of hill-walking.
We love everything from their styling, to the setting and of course the third member crashing this photograph…
(Photographer: Glitter and Twigs Photography)
6. Alison and Martyn
Inspired by Alice in Wonderland and all things beautiful and random (we love that theme), Alison and David’s castle wedding was laid back and lush in equal measure.
We love this moment where Alison got to fulfil her wedding day wish of having a photograph with a cow…
(Photographer: Fraser Cameron Photography)
7. Jayne and John
This wedding has Autumn romance in the city at its very best. We were all swooning over the art deco stylishness of Jayne and John’s day.
And how about this for an autumnal wedding photograph? Love it!
(Photographer: First Light Weddings)
8. Zoe and Grant
A surprise meeting at Cabaret Voltaire (when Grant did a somersault on the dance floor) led to a wedding day filled with epic moves, including this walk down the Royal Mile, piper-led.
This photograph from Zoe and Grant’s wedding just makes us smile – what a great way to celebrate being married…
(Photographer: Nick Mailer)
9. Rachel and Keith
Rachel and Keith’s wedding brought together all things that they love. Thistle and Rose was the recurring theme, with lots of purple and so much pretty.
This image of them entering their wedding breakfast sums up how much fun they had…
(Photographer: Ashley Coombes Photography )
10. Christina and Richard
A timeless look with a natural palette set the scene for Christina and Richard’s Easter Wedding.
This photograph says it all – love and laughter…
(Photographer: Eaglesham Photography)
We love how much you loved these wedding stories. Bring on June and all the treats we have in store for you. Alie x