Updated: Apr 20
Pamela & Les's April wedding was a fabulous event full of joy & happiness at the magnificent Sherbrooke Castle Hotel in Pollokshields, Glasgow. In 1896, John Morrison, a respected contractor of the time, built a baronial villa for himself in Pollokshields, namely, Sherbrooke Castle, designed by Thomson and Sandilands. It is a good example of the type of house built by the middle class in the rather decadent late Victorian period and has a number of unusual features. The rooms are arranged around three sides of a large hall and staircase. The external Baronialism is, in some ways, an added romantic touch. The house became a hotel just before World War II, during which it was commissioned by the Royal Navy and was used as a Radar training centre for Naval Officers. It returned to a hotel in 1945 and its high square tower is one of the best known local landmarks.
Pamela & Les looked fabulous for their marriage vows surrounded by their friends and family in the wonderful setting. Such a lovely couple & venue, the day was full of happiness, fun, food & dancing in the castle hotel, fabulous wedding. I loved photographing this special day for such a lovely couple, hope you enjoy.
Music: @ernest_the band