Amy & Chris, The Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh – Scottish wedding photography

Today we were at the Royal College of Physicians in Edinburgh to photograph the wedding of Amy and Chris. We last met up with these guys back in February for their pre-shoot, during which they were game for anything, and knew we were in for a great day.

Jay started the day at Amy’s parents house where she, her bridesmaids (and adorable flower girl), and friends were getting ready. Amy & Chris’s springer spaniel was also entering into the spirit of things!







Meanwhile, I headed to the Royal College of Physicians to catch Chris and the boys arriving in style – in a VW campervan.





As she arrived at the College, Amy looked stunning in her strapless, crystal-detailed gown and with her cathedral-length veil. After being piped in, she was accompanied down the aisle by her dad, to the sound of ‘Kissing You’ from the Romeo and Juliet soundtrack being played on the harp. Absolutely beautiful!




After a very personal, lovely service, it was time for some group photographs. As it was raining outside we used the foyer of the college for these, and then we went exploring with Amy and Chris. The Royal College of Physicians is such a beautiful building, we really were spoilt for choice when it came to photo opportunities.






After creating some beautiful shots of Amy and Chris we let them get back to the party and their guests. And then soon it was time for dinner and some excellent speeches.

The grand hall looked beautiful and Amy and Chris’s Galapagos Islands theme (complete with soundtrack and animals on the tables) set the perfect atmosphere for a night of celebration.





Amy & Chris, thanks for inviting us to be part of your special day. We hope you have a fantastic honeymoon and look forward to showing you the rest of your photographs when you get back!

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