We love hearing stories of how our brides and grooms met. This story goes back to school days. Although, back then, (as Homa said in her speech) they would have both laughed out loud if anyone had said they’d be together and they would never have imagined that they’d end up marrying each other… and the funny thing is when you see them together they are absolutely the perfect match.
We’ve really enjoyed getting to know Homa and Ben and one of the things that’s so fab about them is how real and fun they are together. They never take themselves too seriously and have great banter with their friends and family, who obviously mean so much to them. You only have to look at their friends shots below to see what a great bunch of pals they have.
The Atrium was the only possible venue that could have been selected for their wedding reception as Ben’s parents are the owners of this award winning Edinburgh restaurant. The wedding breakfast was the most beautiful we’ve tasted in seven years of photographing weddings (thank you guys for inviting us to taste it!). Think homemade brioche and breads, home cured salmon and cambridge creams… yum!
Homa and Ben your wedding was such a special day and an awesome party. Thank you for letting us join in and for being so much fun to photograph (we loved your two dresses Homa – not sure which was the fave?) We have so many highlights from your wedding, so here’s a select few for now… looking forward to catching-up and showing you all your pictures.
Speak soon, A & N
Lindsay and Warren’s wedding at Linlithgow, followed by the Kimpton Hotel Charlotte Square was one of those weddings where everyone was made to feel 100% part of it and where no one wanted to leave
Drumtochty Castle weddings… if you want to get married in a Scottish Glen could you really find anywhere else so picture perfect? Frances and Iain’s Scottish wedding was simply beautiful from start to finish…
Living and running a photography studio in the busy city that is Edinburgh, I sometimes forget that it’s a city that changes peoples lives. People arrive as individuals and leave as husband and wife and as wedding photographers we’re so privileged to be part of that journey.