Ross & Rosie invited their guests to the pyramid at Anderston the witness their ceremony. This unique building, an old church now turned community centre, was the perfect alternative wedding venue. The couple set the space up with the help of their friends and even brought items from their home and things they made by themselves to create a beautiful relaxed vibe to the space. Pretty much everything you see in the ceremony space Ross and Rosie done themselves.

The ceremony was full of so much joy and laughter and delivered beautifully by celebrant Carol. Personal vows, a ring warming, drinking (gin and tonic) from the quaich and a hand fasting all included!

Rosie and all the bridesmaids wearing white. I'd love to see more of this at weddings. I think it's really classy.

After the ceremony ended the couple had a small drinks reception and then directed their guests up the road to Five March. Whilst the guests headed to the restaurant I nipped away with Ross and Rosie for 10 mins to get a few couples photos at the staircase on Claremont terrace lane! Five March had set up two long banqueting tables for the guests to sit cosily amongst once another. It really added to intimacy of the day.

Last stop of the Day was the National Piping Centre where Ross & Rosie welcome a few more guests to the celebration and started the party with an Elton John tribute. No couples first dance here. Just everyone get your groove on to Crocodile Rock!

To top off the day. Ross assembled a band of guests, the bridal party and even Rosie's Dad to surprise Rosie with a few songs. Rosie definitely didn't see it coming! - check out her reaction in the photos :P Ross's ensemble was a total hit with all guests too!

If there was ever wedding to epitomise doing things your own way. This is it.

Ross & Rosie,

Thanks you so much for trusting me as your Glasgow wedding day photographer.

I hope you love the images and much as I loved creating them for you <3