Today I am delighted to share this simple, elegant Glasgow Wedding at The Glasshouse where the focus was on family, fun, laughter.
Images of the day were captured by Ross Walker of Number94 Photography.
Ross Walker is a Glasgow based photographer specialising in weddings and the fitness industry. This is not the limit of his work however as he strives to take pictures wherever asked.
He says of his work…”I try and bring something different to my approach and style.”
“I’m not what you would call a typical photographer in the wedding game.”
“Tattooed, bearded and unique which I think offers something fresh and approachable within an established industry.”
I hand over to beautiful Bride, Catriona…
How did you meet as a couple?
“Peter and I met through a mutual friend in July 2011.”
When did you get engaged?
“We got engaged on the 28th December 2013 at Luss. We both love it there!”
“Peter had a whole romantic idea of a crisp winter walk but we ended up in full waterproof gear braving torrential rain.”
“Not quite as he’d planned but still a lovely surprise.”
Tell us about your wedding planning journey?
“Well Peter and I try and live by the KISS principle (keep it simple stupid) so the wedding planning was no different.”
“We knew exactly where we wanted to get married which helped to get the ball rolling.”
“We’re also very fortunate to know people that deal with weddings from our florist who’s a close family friend to our wedding cake designer not to mention my brother Ross who did our amazing wedding photography.”
“I think that made the process easier because I know them all personally which reassured us that we could rely on them which made the whole thing relatively stress free.”
“We did all of our stationery ourselves and I made the place settings and seating for all the guests too.”
“When it came to my dress I knew exactly what I wanted, simple and elegant.”
“My dress was actually from Debenhams but I got the detail in the straps custom made to add a little more bling.”
“I come from a big family but we’re all very close and always have a great time when we’re together so that’s how I wanted the wedding to be.”
“Just a big celebration with good food, good music and good company and we got exactly that.”
When did you get married?
“We got married at 5.30 on the 26th September 2014 at the Glasshouse, Queens Park, Glasgow.”
“Thankfully the weather was kind to us that day, the only thing we couldn’t plan!”
What was the best bit of your day?
“Walking back up the aisle hand in hand as husband in wife and seeing everyone smiling back at us. Amazing feeling!”
What advice would you give to other couples getting married?
“Stay true to what you want and your vision of how you want the big day to go. It’s easy to get bogged down with the small details but just go with it and enjoy the moment.”
Thank you so much to Ross for sharing this lovely Glasgow Wedding, made all the more special for him by being able to give his sister a very precious wedding gift… memories on film.
I completely agree with their KISS principle on life and their big day, keeping it simple and remembering its a celebration and not a show is so important.
Photography: Number94 Photography
Venue: The Glasshouse, Queens Park
Wedding Dress: Debenhams
Floristry: Wildflower Florist
Wedding Cake: Celebration Cakes Glasgow
Catering: Glasgow Hogroast
Hair styling: Tina K Hair Design
Make Up: Bridal Bliss Online
Transport: Evolution Rickshaws
Kilts: Houston Kiltmakers Paisley
Birdcage Veil: Lily Bella Accessories
To Contact Number94 Photography
Phone: 0141 562-9604 or 07772703540