Lothian Chambers wedding followed by The Scotsman Hotel

Jacqui & Steven got married on the 1st of October at Edinburgh Lothian Chambers followed by a reception at The Scotsman Hotel.

An old original red bus was hired to give the guests a tour of Edinburgh’s landmarks, unfortunately not so many could be seen due to the Edinburgh weather being true to form! None the less, they all seemed to enjoy their trip!

Cute little origami swans decorated the tables which, when opened were actually photographs of Jacqui & Steven!

Rhoda & Euan at Rufflets Hotel, St Andrews

Rhoda and Euan got married at the Rufflets Hotel, St Andrews, Fife.

They had one of the few nice days September had to offer, which meant we got outside for lots of photographs. They look great together and where so relaxed, resulting in the most beautiful set of images.

Rhoda looked simply stunning…congrats to you both x

 

 

 

Ciara & Simon at Branxholm Park House

Ciara & Simon had the most lovely day, surrounded by close family and friends at Branxholm Park House. The ceremony was perfect with a beauitful reading of The Owl and The Pussycat by Maisie, finished off by the Jewish Tradition ‘the breaking of the glass’ The rain stayed off …well for long enough for us to get outside for a few photos.

The evening celebrations went down well and ended with another Jewish tradition ‘The Hora’ or ‘chair dance’…

If your looking for a venue with a cosy, intimate feeling then try Branxholm Park House, near Hawick in the Scottish borders, it even comes complete with a few farmyard animals…

Natasha & Greg’s wedding

Natasha and Greg got married at Culross Abbey and then onto Keavil House for their reception. Culross is a lovely little historic town near Dunfermline and made for no shortage of fantastic areas for photos as did the gardens back at Keavil House.

Here’s a selection of my favourites from the day…

I love these shots we got on the ruins of Culross Abbey…

Above is one of my favourites from the day, taken by my second photographer Matthew Bissett.

Botanic gardens, red silk dress…

Luck was on their side and it didn’t rain! Shelley and Alex got married outside in the fabulous setting of Edinburgh’s Botanic Gardens. The ceremony was lovely, they wrote their own special words for each other, there was wonderful music which had everyone singing ‘it must be love’ by Madness.

Shelley’s dress was designed by Mette at Freja, a red silk satin dress with black lace and sequin. She looked stunning and Alex colour coordinated his outfit with red shoes and red tie.