Today I would like to introduce you to Debbie Dee, photographer and friend. She captured wonderful memories for a very special couple here last year. Over to you Debbie ……..
Hi, I’m Debbie, a Wedding Photographer in Aberdeenshire and across Scotland. Aside from photography, I am a wife and a mama. I know just how precious memories are. I truly believe in the importance of documenting the key milestones of life.
Your Wedding Day is one of the most important days of your life. I believe you should choose a photographer that you feel a connection with, and whose style of images truly resonates with you.
I am incredibly passionate about capturing images that are fresh, clean and timeless. My goal is to make your wedding photography experience a relaxed and enjoyable one. I capture a variety of posed portraits and candid images – all of which fit together to authentically tell the story of your special day.
I want you to be able to feel all those emotions again and again, when you look back on your treasured photos, for years to come.
I photographed Andrew & Tracey’s wedding at Birkenhill Farm last summer and loved every second of the day. The venue is located in the tranquil Aberdeenshire countryside with the most stunning sea views, the perfect backdrop for beautiful wedding photos!
From the breathtaking woodland cathedral to cosying up by the fire-pit as the sun goes down – Birkenhill Farm is the perfect woodland wedding location.
The owners went above and beyond for not only the couple, but all the vendors and suppliers too – meaning everyone was working together to make the day completely perfect for the couple.
If you’d like to chat some more about whether you think I am the right photographer for you, please do get in touch with me on my website www.debbiedeephotography.co.uk or Facebook page www.facebook.com/debbiedeephotography – I’d love to hear from you!
Many thanks Debbie for your blog. It was an absolute pleasure working with you last year and we very much look forward to welcoming you again.
Relax and enjoy the ride. Until the next time……