Andy & Czarina got Married at Prestonfield House in Edinburgh. It was a small intimate wedding. The couple live in Jakarta now and a lot of Czarina's family came over from Hong Kong and the USA. It was a beautiful sunny relaxed day with an outside ceremony with a good mix of Scottish and Chinese traditions.Read More
These guys are the best - My kind of peeps !
Pee'd down all day and not one hoot was given ! As always The Royal Botanic Gardens looks stunning in any season. Gaynor maybe did not get her outside ceremony but it wouldn't matter where the ceremony was as all eyes were on Gaynor and Chris. We found a few dry spots under a canopy of trees for the family photos and for couple shots G+C were happy to wander around in the light rain. Great fun, great couple and a great party.
I knew I was going to love this wedding soon as soon as I met Rachel and Fraser. After meeting them I found out that they met working on cruise ships which is where I met my girlfriend a good 14 years ago, also Fraser is originally from a few miles down the road where I grew up on the Solway coast, and best of all Rachel is a dancer on ships and if anyone has ever worked on cruise ships then you will know the dancers are great fun and not shy of a camera or a good party !! They got married at Dundas Castle which is an amazing Scottish Castle overlooking the Forth bridges. Rachel is Jewish so there was quite a few traditions that needed to be captured - again my girlfriend is Jewish so I was aware of all traditions. Loved that all the men wore a tartan Kippah's. Also Frasers dad made the Chuppah - the canopy they stood under during the ceremony. The only time when the two traditions never really worked out so well together is when Fraser went kilted comando which is a Scottish tradition, but unfortunately during the Hora which is the chair dance! The best mans speech was a peach, and luckily a lot of the US guests never quite got the Dalbeattie slant it was delivered in. Another great wedding, and great couple.Read More