Couple: Debbie + Ryan

Date:  19th August 2017

Ryan and Debbie got married a couple of weeks ago and held their wedding in some of the best wedding venues Glasgow has to offer. 

The day started off with Debbie and her bridesmaids all getting ready in the West end while enjoying a glass of fizz. Meanwhile, over in Paisley, Ryan and the boys were getting kilted up before sampling a rather fine bottle of Glen Grant courtesy of co-best man Sammy.

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The official part of the day was held in Kelvinside Hillhead Parish church where during a really lovely ceremony, Debbie and Ryan exchanged vows and wedding rings before making it legit by signing on the dotted line of the marriage schedule.

Afterwards, it was onto the Botanic gardens across the road for some more photos. The Kibble Palace provided the perfect backdrop for the group photographs as well as some welcome shelter. We were even able to steal a moment in the middle of a busy wedding day to make some beautiful, candid, and relaxed wedding photos of Debbie and Ryan around the gardens before we headed into the city centre.

This was only our second wedding at 29 Private members club in Glasgow City centre, but we’ll hopefully be back before too long. It provided the perfect backdrop for the rest of Ryan and Debbie’s big day. Kicking off with the speeches, the room was taken through the history of their relationship by the main man, Ryan. Maid of Honour, Abbie then told a few stories about Debbie before best men Sammy and Craig delivered laughs aplenty.

Right into the evening the party was kept in full swing thanks to the wedding band who played a fantastic mix of top tunes and even threw in a bit of ceilidh music to help burn off the wedding cake :)

The Silly Studio was also the scene of many a laugh as everyone dressed up and threw their best poses. All the photos can be viewed here.

We topped off the day by taking one or two more photos on Royal Exchange square. We even managed to include the Duke of Wellington statue complete with his iconic cone hat.

We had such a great time photographing your wedding, guys, and we’re sure this mini movie will provide a great reminder of what a fab day you had!

Ryan and Debbie got married a couple of weeks ago and held their wedding in some of the best wedding venues Glasgow has to offer. 

The day started off with Debbie and her bridesmaids all getting ready in the West end while enjoying a glass of fizz. Meanwhile, over in Paisley, Ryan and the boys were getting kilted up before sampling a rather fine bottle of Glen Grant courtesy of co-best man Sammy.

The official part of the day was held in Kelvinside Hillhead Parish church where during a really lovely ceremony, Debbie and Ryan exchanged vows and wedding rings before making it legit by signing on the dotted line of the marriage schedule.

Afterwards, it was onto the Botanic gardens across the road for some more photos. The Kibble Palace provided the perfect backdrop for the group photographs as well as some welcome shelter. We were even able to steal a moment in the middle of a busy wedding day to make some beautiful, candid, and relaxed wedding photos of Debbie and Ryan around the gardens before we headed into the city centre.

This was only our second wedding at 29 Private members club in Glasgow City centre, but we’ll hopefully be back before too long. It provided the perfect backdrop for the rest of Ryan and Debbie’s big day. Kicking off with the speeches, the room was taken through the history of their relationship by the main man, Ryan. Maid of Honour, Abbie then told a few stories about Debbie before best men Sammy and Craig delivered laughs aplenty.

Right into the evening the party was kept in full swing thanks to the wedding band who played a fantastic mix of top tunes and even threw in a bit of ceilidh music to help burn off the wedding cake :)

The Silly Studio was also the scene of many a laugh as everyone dressed up and threw their best poses. All the photos can be viewed here.

We topped off the day by taking one or two more photos on Royal Exchange square. We even managed to include the Duke of Wellington statue complete with his iconic cone hat.

We had such a great time photographing your wedding, guys, and we’re sure this mini movie will provide a great reminder of what a fab day you had!

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