I sometimes find myself obsessing over a particular image for no apparent reason; this shot is a perfect example. Late afternoon, cool (but not cold), on our way to the wedding reception at this Peppers Manor House Wedding. Peppers is quite an incredible place to have a wedding – check it out here.
It is hard to explain what shots like this mean to me… the small, fleeting moments in between the bigger, more significant events; these moments are often the most beautiful. They’re calm, un-posed and naturally unfolding; there is something deliciously satisfying about reaching out and snatching a loose thread from the fabric of a wedding day, then later realising that the thread you grabbed is a perfect representation of the entire tapestry.
This Peppers Manor House wedding was awesome. The day was cool but not too cold. Clear blue skies and no wind. I absolutely adore cool winter weddings and this one was no exception. Katrina and Steve were wonderfully relaxed the whole day and a pleasure to photograph. I loved the grounds at this Peppers Manor House wedding; every time I visit this venue I find new and interesting places to photograph my couples.
The Highlands has lots of awesome wedding venues. You might also like to check out a Mali Brae Farm wedding that I photographed last year, on a similarly cool winter day. This Bowral wedding was also on a really cold day but nonetheless I loved it!
If you’re planning a wedding at Peppers Manor House, or anywhere in the Highlands, I’d love to hear from you!