Craigmillar Castle Wedding Photography

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I had the pleasure of meeting Tamara & Jonny back in May after a most enjoyable afternoon coffee where we laughed and got to know each other better.  I was excited for their wedding because they are truly a fun loving couple who look for any reason to laugh.  We were kindred spirits.  I loved that they were having such a small intimate wedding.  I always feel it’s such a wonderful idea to keep it small in order to really spend time with those you care about rather than simply thanking everyone for coming and not getting a proper chance to catch up with anyone.  I had a wedding booked the day before their original date in London and because of the possibility of travel delays they graciously rescheduled to accommodate my schedule.  I was incredibly flattered as they pushed their wedding back a day to make sure I had enough time to return from London.  Changing the wedding date has to be the biggest compliment to my work I could ever receive!  When I arrived at Dalhousie Castle on the big day I was not at all surprised to see Tamara happy and laughing along with her friends and family.  After getting to enjoy her and the rest of her bridal party I quickly went down into the dungeon to see Jonny and capture a few getting ready shots.  He was also in fine spirits and was having a great time as well with the other men.  I accompanied Tamara and her father to historic Craigmillar Castle.  They had a lovely humanist ceremony which made sure all their guests were laughing and greatly enjoying their ceremony.  Afterwards the ceremony and congratulations we wandered around the castle for a bit taking bride groom portraits.  They were  again nothing but fun and were laughing and joking and having a great time with one another.  Soon thereafter we headed back to Dalhousie Castle for drinks and canapés.  It was a truly delightful day enjoyed by all and I was privileged to get to capture it.


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