Dalhousie Castle is a splendidly Baronial Pile by Bonnyrigg on the outskirts of Edinburgh, big enough to hold the hordes of English people who flocked to celebrate the wedding of Jennifer & Brian. It was a lovely ceremony; Jennifer looked fantastic in her dress and Brian cut a splendid dash in a Morning Suit – … Continue Reading
Every so often a large attachment hits my inbox – if I’m lucky, it’s from a couple I married months before sending me some shots from their wedding. Back in freezing cold, wet January, Deborah and Brian chose to come here all the way from Cheshire and Connecticut to marry in the historic setting of … Continue Reading
I’m not a great fan of the phrase ‘a picture says a thousand words’, but sometimes it’s absolutely appropriate. Long Lens Maestro Tony Marsh is one of the best wedding photographers around and you can see why. Ash & Rachel met while clearing mines in Nagorno Karabakh, a little known part of the former … Continue Reading
After touring the world for more than two years, Maria & John came from Stockholm to the beautifully restored Forter Castle to celebrate their wedding with their immediate families. Just as well it was an intimate wedding – the tiny chapel is without doubt, the smallest wedding venue I’ve ever been in! … Continue Reading
Nicola and Jim came all the way from Yorkshire to find a suitable location for their fairytale wedding. After a lot of searching, they finally settled on the spectacular Dundas Castle just outside Edinburgh. They were lucky to get Roddy the Piper, who’s not just an outstanding player but even … Continue Reading
Most couples wait til after their ceremony to get their photographs done, but not Jen and Bryan! I came across them out on the lawn in front of Dundas Castle looking windswept and interesting, as Billy Connolly used to say.
Jill and Calum chose one of Edinburgh’s least known but loveliest castles as the venue for their intimate family wedding at the end of April. Built in the 14th century, Craigmillar Castle was the favoured Royal retreat of Mary Queen of Scots and the happy childhood playground for both Calum some years back and his … Continue Reading