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An elegant Dalhousie Castle Wedding with an Owl Ringbearer, and a touch of blue.

Today I am thrilled to share the stunning Dalhousie Castle Wedding of Emma and Andrew. Images of the day were captured by the fantastic Mike Cook Photography.     Mike Cook is an award winning wedding & portrait photographer based in Central Scotland, fast becoming one of Scotland’s most sought after wedding photographers. He loves playing the guitar, enjoys music and football and admits to drinking far too much coffee.   Mike says of the couples Wedding,   “Emma & Andrew were married at the magnificent Dalhousie Castle, just south of Edinburgh.” “Dalhousie Castle dates from the 13th century and is a beautiful setting for a Big Day.” “Set in...

A Stylish Dunblane Hydro Wedding – Images by Mike Cook Photography

Today I am delighted to share Aimee and Joff’s  Dunblane Hydro Wedding captured beautifully by Mike Cook Photography.     Mike Cook  is an award winning wedding & portrait photographer based in Central Scotland, fast becoming one of Scotland’s most sought after wedding photographers. He loves playing the guitar, enjoys music and football and admits to drinking far too much coffee.   Dunblane Hydro was the venue for the Big day at the end of August..   Mike says of the day “I kicked off spending some time with Aimee and the girls shooting the bridal prep and detail shots.” “Sometimes it can be a challenge to find a good...

“Only have eyes for you” – An Engagement Shoot – Images by Mike Cook Photography

On a crisp day at the start of March Mike Cook shot the relaxed Engagement Shoot of  Emily & Ryan who were getting married at Edinburgh Zoo in April. Whilst based just outside Falkirk, Mike has undertaken photography throughout most of Central Scotland – Stirling, Edinburgh, Glasgow and beyond. He describes his style as relaxed, contemporary and documentary. The couple are from London and so left it up to Mike to pick a location for the shoot, and as they were staying in Edinburgh during their visit, he suggested the Dean Village, where he had done a few shoots before. It’s hard to believe that the Dean Village is literally a stone’s throw away from the centre of...