Lynne & Chris’ Wedding, Polwarth Parish Church, followed by Orocco Pier, South Queensferry



We’ve had the privilege of knowing Lynne for a good number of years in her professional life (and we’ve been to one or two weddings together). When were invited to be her wedding photographers, we were just so delighted… Lynne is  the most warm, genuine person and Chris is equally lovely. Together they make a top team.

 

We knew that this wedding would be super-organised given Lynne’s job and it was in every way… and yet it was so wonderfully relaxed at the same time. Lynne is one of the few brides that was actually was so early for her wedding that the chauffeur had to stop for a few minutes by the side of the road so she wasn’t too early – love that…

 

Chris is normally not far away from his own camera so it was great for hime to be on the other side… and he and Lynne were just brilliant to photograph.

 

Thanks Mr and Mrs D for letting us tell the story of your wedding. There were oodles of special moments from your wedding… here are a few for now. Can’t wait to show you the rest.

 

See you soon,

 

A&N

 

 

In the morning, the boys started their day with a hot shave at The Players Lounge in Edinburgh…

 

 

 

While the girls enjoyed their own chilling out and pampering…

 

 

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