PHOTO ALBUM: Travelling in style on the big day

Brown's Photography
Brown’s Photography

‘Getting to the church on time’ and the eagerly anticipated arrival of a bride and groom at their ceremony is a source of much unnecessary worry. Despite the fact few of us can recount a real-life example of somebody actually being jilted at the altar, it doesn’t stop grooms standing at the top of the aisle looking like they’ve just accidentally punched their gran when pulling their jacket on. More often than not, a late bride means hair and makeup overrunning, their usually stoic dad getting all choked up, or having one last toast for good luck.

This is why transport companies are one of the unsung heroes of the day. Your driver will be calm, comforting and know all the best shortcuts to make some of that time back up. And in style too. This is no occasionally washed Skoda, nope, Scotland is bursting with suppliers who have quirky VWs, timeless Beaufords, princess carriages and retro buses. All of which you should find the time to grab a quick snap or two with, preferably brandishing a glass of bubbles!

Iris Art Photography
Jarvie & Jones
Lauren Campbell Photography
Tub of Jelly
From left: Emma Sanderson PhotographyJenniflower Weddings and Photography
Aboyne Photographics
Emma Lawson Photography
Iris Art Photography
SM Photography
EnaMay Photography
From left: Duncan Ireland Photography; Tandem Photo
Iris Art Photography
Brian Cassidy Photography
Emma Gray Photography
Number 94 Photography
Eilidh Sutherland Photography
From left: JB Moments PhotographyJenniflower Weddings and Photography
Jarvie & Jones
Rhiannon Neale Photography
JB Moments Photography
Karen Thorburn Photography

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