Category Archives: Weddings

Sophie & James’ wedding at St Mary’s Metropolitan Cathedral & Signet Library, Edinburgh, Scotland

Sophie and James live in Dubai, have more than enough sunshine already in their lives, and were hoping for a typically Scottish summer’s day for their wedding. And Scotland was more than happy to deliver! After their ceremony at St Mary’s Metropolitan Cathedral we got to introduce them to some of our favourite spots in Edinburgh’s Old Town. And, of […]

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Megan & Ryan’s wedding at Norton House Hotel, Edinburgh, Scotland

Where do we begin with Megan & Ryan’s wedding?! We have so many favourite moments and photos from the day. Not only did these two travel all the way from New York City to be married in Scotland, but they also shared the occasion with a very special VIP – Megan’s grandfather was celebrating his 99th birthday […]

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Destination wedding photography Scotland

It may have something to do with us being a Scots-Canadian couple, but we love photographing destination weddings here in Scotland – seeing the country through the eyes of first-time visitors is always wonderful! So many of the weddings we shoot have an international flavour to them, and we love getting to see how different cultures celebrate – […]

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Elopement wedding photography Scotland

We absolutely love the outdoors and are always up for putting on our hiking boots to hit up incredible locations for photos. If you’re eloping to be married in the Scottish hills, on a white sands beach or perhaps in Edinburgh, then we’d love to hear from you! You can pop us an email on info@elementalphoto.co.uk […]

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Jennifer & Kevin’s wedding at Dalhousie Castle, Edinburgh, Scotland

While everyone else is desperate for spring to arrive, we’re still chasing winter (it must be the Canadian influence!). So it was an absolute treat to photograph Jen & Kevin’s very white wedding at Dalhousie Castle a few weeks back. The day began with sunshine and a sprinkling of snow and, as if that wasn’t […]

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