How do you photograph love?

Weddings can be incredibly emotional events. They are often joyous, intimate or even hilarious. Each one has its own story with the connection between two people at its heart. This story is so powerful I believe it deserves to be remembered forever. This is the starting point for my wedding photography. My aim is to produce a series of natural and timeless images documenting the entire wedding day. I aim to capture the true personality of a couple and never allow anyone to feel awkward in any way. It is possible to get beautiful photographs without posing in ridiculous ways and spending hours away from the party. Great wedding photography is all about taking you back in time to those spontaneous moments which pass all too quickly. The excitement for me is in anticipating those moments and allowing them to be relived by couples and their families forever. That is what photographs do. They stop you from forgetting. Love may be too big a concept to put into words but I have seen it in pictures.

I truly love to photograph. That is how you photograph love.

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Brig O Doon wedding photography by Mark Archibald Photography

Brig O Doon | Donnelle & Iain

Donnelle & Iain (two of the world’s loveliest people!) tied the knot at beautiful St Andrews Cathedral in Glasgow and then travelled on to Brig o Doon in Ayrshire…where Iain proposed! Here are some favourite photographs from the day… Congratulations Donnelle & Iain! To view all …

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Candid Reportage Kingsbarns Beach Wedding Photography in Fife Scotland

A Scottish Beach Wedding at Kingsbarns

A Scottish Beach Wedding at Kingsbarns. Congratulations to Hannah & Ben. What a brilliant day blessed with amazing weather, much laughter, great speeches, fully committed dancing, a golf buggy, two dogs in collared shirts and a double decker bus… Here are some of our favourites from …

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Cromlix House Photographer Archibald Photography

Natalie & Jonny at Cromlix House

Natalie & Jonny at Cromlix House. Here are some favourites for Natalie & Jonny from their brilliant wedding at Cromlix House. Congratulations! For all the photographs in colour click here.

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Sarah & Alistair | Signet Library Edinburgh

I love to photograph urban weddings. The architecture in Edinburgh provides the perfect backdrop and there is a true feeling of history around the place. This wedding started off in the new town at St Mary’s Cathedral.¬†Sarah & Alistair had their reception at one of Edinburgh’s …

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Married at Banchory Lodge Photography by Mark Archibald Photography

Marion & Angus Married at Banchory Lodge

Marion & Angus were married at Banchory Lodge on a beautiful summers day. Here are some of our favourites from the day.

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Ardanaiseig Wedding Photography by Archibald Photography

Karen & Mark’s Beautiful Ardanaiseig Wedding

Karen & Mark’s Beautiful Ardanaiseig Wedding. This was one of my favourite weddings of the year so far. It had that element which makes any wedding great…a party atmosphere. Ardanaiseig is a place which means a lot to Karen and Mark and was the obvious choice …

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Inchyra Byre Wedding Photography by Mark Archibald Photography

Christina & Ed Married at Inchyra Byre

Inchyra Byre is a really inspiring venue to photograph. I love the rustic feel of the byre next to the grandeur of the house. Christina & Ed were lucky that the weather held just long enough to complete their outdoor ceremony. There was a wee bit …

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Drumtochty Castle Wedding Photography

Kate & James | A Drumtochty Castle Wedding

Kate & James’ beautiful Drumtochty Castle wedding was one big party. There was music, laughter, wine and some very original takes on traditional Ceilidh dances… Kate’s beautiful blue dress stole the show. It is genuinely one of the most beautiful dresses I’ve seen and perfect for …

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Kinkell Byre Wedding Photographer Archibald Photography

A beautiful Kinkell Byre Wedding

A beautiful Kinkell Byre Wedding. Craig and Cara were married in beautiful, rustic Kinkell Byre a couple of miles from St Andrews. After getting ready at the¬†Fairmont Hotel, they moved along the coast to this gorgeous rustic barn setting. Wild partying and loud laughter ensued!!! Here …

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