Becky and Scott knew just how to make a colourful, fun wedding incredibly stylish, and high up on that how-to list is to hire the wonderful McGlynn Sisters to capture it.
After a heartfelt ceremony in the gorgeous draped ceremony room at City Halls & Old Fruitmarket led by Humanist celebrant Susan Douglas-Scott, the newlywed couple moved onto their reception venue, the iconic Barras Art and Design in Glasgow. To match Becky’s floral crown and her gorgeous rainbow-but-make-it-fashion bouquet, bright colours was the theme of their decor. Their table plan was strung on colourpop ribbon, and each seat cushion was a different colour (strong attention to detail, which we very much applaud!).
Bright blooms from Briar Rose were put in arrangements of bud vases to sit in the middle of the table, accompanied by different gin bottles to signify the table names. Each table was also set with a little succulent with a baby photo of Becky and Scott – how adorable were they?! Becky’s bridesmaids wore emerald green bridesmaids’ dresses with yellow heels, whilst she wore pink velvet platforms under her beautiful Flossy & Dossy dress.
After speeches, Lauren and Katy took Becky and Scott away to get some stunning portraits. Becky and Scott didn’t stop smling the whole time, which is so lovely to see! They shot both in front of all the incredible urban art BAaD has to offer, and in the gorgeous greenery overlooking the city – can you even believe those pictures are shot in Glasgow?!
Then it was time for the first dance and the ceilidh, performed under the coloured lights bouncing off the BAaD’s incredible domed glass roof – and once they started, they didn’t stop.
- Photography: McGlynn Sisters Photography
- Celebrant: Susan and Gerrie – Humanist Celebrants
- Photobooth: Bygone Booth
- Ceremony Venue: City Halls & Old Fruitmarket
- Reception Venue: BAaD Glasgow
- Flowers: Briar Rose
- Dress: Flossy & Dossy
- Rings: Patience Jewellery
- Make-Up: Fiona Park MUA
- Hair: Myra Ann Purcell