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Lana and Stuart chose St Andrews University old College Halls for their wedding this October. Access to them is under the university clock tower and through an impressive quadrangle, making for a grand entrance. The couple had put a lot of time and effort in to planning the day and adding lots of personal touches. They had thought of everything – even a large bunch
Jennifer and Andrew had their wedding at the Barony Castle Hotel in the Scottish Borders near Peebles. The couple booked me nearly two years ago so it was good to finally get to do the job for them. The Castle and its grounds are both very good for photos (the service and the ambiance aren’t bad either!). Also, the autumn colours always add a bit
Nicole and Simon had their wedding at Melville Castle in Midlothian, just outside Edinburgh. With a late November wedding in Scotland you never can predict what the weather will do. The weather was awful the day before with the rain lashing down for hours. But the day itself dawned dry and just got better. I arrived early to take some photos of the bride and
Jo and David had small wedding at Peebles Registry Office, Scottish Borders. Although actually being from South Wales and Paisley they chose Peebles for their wedding because of their love of mountain biking at Glentress. Their wedding was a lovely personal affair; even their two dogs attended. Afterwards the reception was in a cottage on the edge of Peebles in the hills. There Jo changed
When Gemma and Alastair approached me about photographing their wedding I was very excited. The couple had put an enormous amount of effort in to planning their wedding and had a very specific idea of the style and look of the day. In addition to this I should also mention that Gemma is a professional artist who clearly knew what she wanted from the photographs
Claudine and Mike were married in the romantic ruins of Dryburgh Abbey near Melrose, Scottish Borders. The ceremony took place in the sunken chapel – perhaps the only part of the Abbey with a functional roof. Their bridesmaids and ring-bearer brought tears to the eyes of most parents in the room. After the wedding ceremony we were a little bit unlucky with the rain. However,
Lana and Stuart chose Aberlady beach, East Lothian, in the evening for their pre-wedding engagement photo-shoot. After carefully checking the weather forecast, the sunset time, and the tide-table we agreed a time to meet. The time was good, the tide was good, and the weather was nothing short of miraculous – it was raining to the north of us, it was raining to the south
For the church wedding of Kim and Sunil I began the day with the bride. Kim and her bridesmaids were having a great time getting ready and the atmosphere was very relaxed. We then went by vintage Rolls Royce and vintage bus to Coates Memorial Church in Paisley – a most impressive church. The reception was in Paisley Town Hall. The decoration inside the town
On Friday Kim and Sunil had the first of their weddings in the Hindu Mandir opposite Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow. I started the day at the groom’s house photographing him, his family, and the rituals performed before going to the temple. At the temple the wedding celebrations were joyous. It started with dancing as soon as the groom arrived, the exchange of garlands between members of