Category Archives: Weddings

Simone & Malcolm’s wedding at The Signet Library, Edinburgh

If you’ve been following our blog then you may recognise Simone & Malcolm – they were bridesmaid and best man at the last wedding we featured here, so we got to hang out with them in the run up to their big day too! Both couples travelled from California to be married in the brilliantly […]

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Brittany & Miles’ wedding at St Salvator’s Chapel, St Andrews & Glamis Castle, Angus

We absolutely love photographing destination weddings – getting to see Scotland through the eyes of first-time visitors is a magical experience, and it makes us feel so lucky to live and work in this beautiful part of the world! California-based Brittany and Miles wanted to share a place that stole their hearts – the historic […]

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Fiona & Mark’s wedding at St Margaret’s Chapel, Edinburgh Castle & Prestonfield House, Edinburgh

Fiona & Mark were married in a charming intimate ceremony in the oldest building in Edinburgh – St Margaret’s Chapel, which was built at Edinburgh Castle in the early 12th century. And while the castle was absolutely packed with tourists on this sunny summer’s day, the minute the chapel door closed and the ceremony began, […]

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Claire & Kimberley’s wedding at Archerfield House, East Lothian

Claire & Kimberley, who live in Australia, returned to their Scottish roots to be married in a wonderful celebration that was full of love and laughter, happy tears and beautiful smiles, seriously cute little people and some of the best dancefloor action we have seen on our wedding travels. This was our first time photographing […]

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Caroline & Patrick’s wedding at St Mary’s RC Cathedral & The Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh

We loved Caroline & Patrick’s laidback approach to planning their wedding – when we first met, they had yet to step inside their ceremony venue, which just happens to be one of the most impressive cathedrals in Edinburgh! Their wedding day was full of love and laughter, Irish craic and Scottish banter – with friends […]

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