Regarding our ceremony, the amount of people who said to me afterwards that it was the best wedding ceremony they had witnessed was unrea.
Every so often I’m sent a set of photos that make me smile from ear to ear. This is one of them, so all credit to Puddle Lane Photography for capturing the joy! Jac and Simon’s wedding was at The Principal Charlotte Square, better known to old Edinburgh folk as ‘The Roxburghe’, but barely a week … Continue Reading
Willie the Wizard, Indian Willie, One Match Willie, Oor Willie – whatever you called him, there is no doubt that Willie Taylor was an unforgettable character. At first glance, he was a bit like a tiny, Edinburgh version of Lemmy from Motorhead, so it seems a appropriate that his main interests in life were music and motorcycles. I … Continue Reading
Helen & Sarah described their meeting as ‘a modern Blind Date turned Love Story’. But it wasn’t fate that brought them together, it was Pink dot com! Their first date in the Lakes didn’t go quite to plan. The exhaust fell off Helen’s car, so their first encounter was in … Continue Reading
Writing the ceremony ourselves made it come from the heart, and that has such strong emotional impact.
Ditte of First Light Weddings is one of my favourite photographers, and I’m delighted that she’s found the time to contribute this heartfelt story to my blog. Seeing with your head and heart – why you should have an unplugged wedding ceremony I often lament the fact that we forget to look with our … Continue Reading
“I wanted to thank you for all that you did for us leading up to our ceremony, and of course the ceremony itself. It was an amazing day, and everything was perfect. Joel and I can’t thank you enough.”
Are you lucky? Alana and Luke are. They fell in love the first time they met. Five years later, they got married. They had one of those perfect Indian summer days for their wedding and they made the most of it, as these amazing shots from Marc Miller show. The exterior shots are beautiful (and you … Continue Reading
We all like to get dressed up for a wedding, and I was really impressed when I saw these gentlemen at Edinburgh Castle, where I was conducting the wedding of Mati and Kenny the other day. Mati hails from Spain, and her father is a member of La Fundación de la Orden de la Bienaventurada … Continue Reading
My friend Ditte Solgaard Dunn is one of Scotland’s top photographers. She invited me to tell her followers the secret of having the best ever humanist wedding on her blog, and in return I have asked her to give you some advice on how to get the best from your wedding photography. That story will be … Continue Reading