When you have guns of steel, a bit of rain on your wedding day really doesn’t bother you too much! 😉
Wedding photography exam paper
Q. You are presented with a lovely summer day and outstanding loch-side location, but due to these factors there is a heavy population of locals and holiday-goers who are consistently standing in your chosen backdrops and making your life difficult. How do you overcome the challenge?
A: ……………..audience participation 🙂
Hollie: Canadian bride. Andrew: Scottish groom.
If you’re looking at this page because you were searching the internet for pictures of a wedding where the bride, groom, and guests had A LOT of fun……………
then you’ve come to the right place 🙂
Back at Pollokshilds Burgh halls again this week for the wedding of Alexis & David. I believe that both of them have some experience of organising events which really showed – I got the feeling that it was important to them to really have the crowd engaged in the day with a collection of set pieces of high entertainment and/or comedy value to get everyone laughing (and/or crying!).
I saw three things at Alexis & Davids wedding which I have never seen before in my professional career:
1. A Beetles-themed karaoke/ instrumental station for the guests to use at the reception – though to be fair, it was David himself who took the majority of the vocal burden 🙂
2. A groom serenading his bride to acoustic acompanyment during the speeches. Most grooms struggle with the speech, let alone singing in front of a hundred people – nerve shredding!……yet not a single bead of sweat or wavering note did I hear 😉
3. And this may take some beating…………….a Basil-Faulty-a-like for the dinner entertainment. I challenge any of my future brides to surpass that! 😉
I, and the guests, were duly entertained.