Amanda & Philip’s Wedding, Wallacestone Methodist Church Falkirk, followed by The Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh



Well, if Friday was wet, then Saturday was even wetter! Amanda you did brilliantly getting from house to car and car to church – it was so wet the rain was bouncing up the way. Despite that you didn’t stop beaming once throughout the whole day. What a star!

We loved the fact that you two didn’t let the rain spoil your day and you even stood in the rain under brollies to greet all your guests after your ceremony. We had a great day with you and all your family and friends and can’t wait to show you the rest of your wedding photographs. Enjoy some of our highlights for now.

 

Amanda & Philip's rings

 

 

Amanda's arrival at Wallacestone Methodist Church, Falkirk

 

 

Amanda greeting her guests in the rain

 

 

Amanda & Philp at The Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh

 

 

Amanda's rings

 

 

Amanda at The Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh

 

 

Amanda & Philp at The Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh

 

 

Amanda & Philp at The Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh

 

 

Amanda & Philp at The Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh

 

 

Philip at The Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh

 

 

Amanda & Philip at The Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh

2 responses to “Amanda & Philip’s Wedding, Wallacestone Methodist Church Falkirk, followed by The Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh”

  1. Laura Moore says:

    Wow! I cannot wait to see the rest of them! You both look so amazing and happy which is a perfect reminder of a fabulous day! xxx

  2. Mary Donovan says:

    Great photos. You both look so happy. We’re looking forward to seeing the rest. Russ and I had a fabulous time.

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