Coo Cathedral has been down on my wish list for photographing at for a very, very long time so I was thrilled to have the opportunity to second shoot with the very lovely and talented Donna Murray back in September who has kindly let me share the images I have taken from this wedding. When I arrived at Coo Cathedral the rain was pouring down in typical Scottish style giving a gorgeous atmosphere to the day. The weather didn’t get in the way of the celebrations with lots of smiles and laughter from all the guests. We used a tractor shed for the couple shots and stood in the rain whilst we kept the bride and groom (I don’t mind getting soaked to get stunning pics!) The rain cleared up in the evening and Donna and I were able to take some photos of Vicki and Robert with all the stunning scenery around the venue.
The friendly coos came to say hello and I couldn’t stop taking photos of Vicki and Robert’s gorgeous dog. Vicki and Robert did an amazing job of decorating Coo Cathedral and I loved all the floral arrangements on the tables and the gorgeous colour scheme suited the venue perfectly.
They started their wedding reception with a grand Grand March which Donna told me was a wedding tradition in that region and was the first time I had photographed one. I love learning about new traditions (blackening is another one I heard of recently where instead of the traditional stag and hen nights!). The night was finished with another Scottish wedding tradition of the Ceilidh.
Thank you to Donna for having me along to Second shoot and for Vicki, Robert and all the guests for being so welcoming towards me. I’m so blessed to get the opportunity to photograph so many gorgeous weddings. I have done a lot of second shooting which has really helped me improve as a photographer to give the best possible images I can 🙂
Planning a wedding at Coo Cathedral? I would love to hear from you and photograph here again in the future.