Date: 21st of November 2015
On an overcast but dry day, we all gathered at the fabulous House for an Art Lover in Glasgow for Lucy & Jethro’s Wedding. This amazing art deco house was designed by Charles Rennie MacIntosh himself and contains some unique and quirky rooms. It is one of Glasgows most prominent houses and, in my opinion, an amazing place to get married.
I turned up before the ceremony and met with Jethro and his bestman, Aaron, for a few photos.
Everyone was seated in the main room as Lucy made her way down the staircase with her Dad.
They had a simple and short ceremony as they wanted to maximise the time they spent with their guests afterwards. A great idea as wedding days normally fly by without time to speak to everyone.
Lucy & Jethro had their own private room to relax in – the decor was stunning.
I was in love with Lucy’s 3/4 wedding dress. It really suited her style and she topped it off with a bright bouquet and some really funky Irregular Choice shoes.
We took a walk in the park for some photos.
House for an Art Lover from the outside.
All of Lucy’s little details.
The table layouts were very stylish. I loved the special glasses made for the top table.
The speeches were all very funny but Aaron took the prize for best speech. I wonder if Jethro has forgiven him yet, haha.
After dinner we headed downstair for the first dance.
Afterwards the dance floor was packed with guests including baby Etta who was having a boogie too.
For our last shot I wanted to get these giant letters in. Congratulations to the happy couple. It was a great House for an Art Lover Wedding and I can’t wait to visit this venue again soon.
Make Up artist – Debbie Black, Blacklash
Hairdresser – Debbie Black, Blacklash
Dress designer/bridal shop – Lady Jojos
Flowers – Quid Est
Cake – Sandra Bodys
Band or DJ – John Rankin (Pianist) // Robert’Stav’ Jardine DJ
Necklace – Bonnie Bling
Bride Shoes – Irregular choice