Hannah and Ross planned a cosy intimate winter wedding and it was just wonderful, complete with picture-perfect white snow flurries throughout their day.
We admired the determination of your guests who battled the snow to be at their wedding, (even friends all the way from Australia!). The wedding car for Hannah and Ross was particularly special – as you’ll see it was a RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution) Land Rover for whom Ross is a fundraising manager. It was the ideal way to travel…
Serious respect goes to Hannah and Ross for braving the weather (you have just no idea how cold it was on the pier in South Queensferry – brrrrr!) We loved how much fun you two were on your wedding day. You just made us smile (and laugh) lots. Loved it!
So many memories stand out for us – from the girls Vivienne Westwood shoes, Ross’ fab kilt from 21st Century Kilts, the nautical knots on the tables and the lush idea of pairing different wines with each course of dinner – such a special thing to spoil your guests with. And the stories about Ross told during the speeches?! They can’t possibly be true…!
We’ll catch up really soon (this time, hopefully without a flake of snow in sight!)
PS – we look forward to showing the cover shot of the RNLI magazine when you’re in!
Just how cool are Hannah’s bridesmaid’s shoes…?
The minister of the Priory Church, Rev Terry Harkin is a wonderful, very genuine and funny man who put everyone at ease throughout Hannah and Ross’ wedding ceremony.
Ok there’s cold and there’s cold… and this was absolutely baltic! Serious respect Hannah & Ross for braving this walk. Not sure we quite realised how compacted the ice was under all that new fallen snow?!?
This is literally a two-shot take before heading back to the Land Rover!
The team at Orocco Pier paired a different wine with each course of the wedding breakfast; the finishing touch to a fab meal.
Thinking back to our first meeting with Katie and David (which was also at Dundas Castle) one of the things we loved most about this pair was how much they laughed and smiled together. And it was exactly the same on their wedding day… from walking through their avalanche of confetti to holding tight to each other on the top of a very windy roof of Dundas, these two are for each other. Every step of the way.
Beth and Chris’ wedding at The Signet Library was a day all about celebrating with their favourite people
From the minute we jumped on a call with this pair we knew their easy-going nature was going to result in day that was designed with their guests in mind.
Archerfield House and Waterfront was the perfect venue for Amy and James’ wedding celebrations. We met this pair way back in Spring and knew instantly we were going to have a blast with them. The fact that they both have smiles that could light up any room, and they don’t take themselves too seriously, makes them a lot of fun to hang out with. Family and friends clearly mean everything to them, with Granny Diana a much loved guest of honour.