Wow! Following the energetic morning, Claire and Nicholas shed the lycra and had themselves a wedding. And what a wedding it was…
The ceremony was filled with so many personal touches and words straight from the heart. Although I think my favourite bit was when Claire realised that the wedding ring she’d chosen had been ‘upgraded’ by her husband-to-be to have one or two more diamonds… (and that was as he popped it on her finger!)
The thing about Claire and Nicholas is that they just love having fun and it’s totally infectious. And they totally love each other. And they totally love cake.
Here are some of our highlights from your truly rocking wedding day.
Enjoy! Really looking forward to catching-up soon.
This time, we’re doing the cake!
P.S. How gorgeous is Claire’s dress? The fabulously talented Mette at Freja Designer Dressmaking did a little bit of tweaking here and there helping to create Claire’s stunning look.
Love Claire’s realisation that her wedding ring has a few more sparkles on than the one she thought she was getting. Nicholas – you did indeed buy diamonds!
Claire is known for being something of a speed-demon so when they mentioned getting a shot with the golf buggies…. well it just had to be done!
We love doing evening shoots with our brides and grooms – especially when the evening light is so gorgeous. But space-hopping into the sunset? Now that’s a first for us. It was soo much fun and look at the cracking shots… Mr and Mrs Beckett-Hunt you just make us smile. You two are ace!
There has to be something even more special about a wedding day that has been re-scheduled several times. We love how, despite the plans having changed lots throughout the last few months, the one thing Catrin and David were sure about was that they want to get married.
Kirsty and Connor planned their intimate Carlowrie Castle wedding in a matter of weeks and everything fell into place so well you would have thought they’d planned it for years.
Each and every wedding is a highlight to us. We’re pretty spoilt as that normally means we have a lot of highlights in any given year, especially in summer time.