It’s not often these days that I get to work at new venues…having been doing this thing called wedding photography for quite a few years now, usually, it’s back to the same places more often than not. So, for Stacy & Murray’s big day, was great to get to (if you include the bridal prep) four new locations all in the one day – Newbattle Abbey College for the reception (after the bridal prep), The Sun Inn in Dalkeith for the wedding breakfast and, finally, the National Mining Museum for the evening reception…never let it be said that I don’t get around :-).
One question that I get asked from time to time, mainly from brides (but also grooms), is how they as a couple can get the best from their wedding photography on the day and my answer is the same every time – it’s not about learning the best poses, how to smile without looking cheesy or anything else like that for that matter – my answer…”enjoy yourself and have a bloody good time”!!! Nothing makes your wedding pictures “sing” than if you are having an absolute blast…and that was very much the case with Stacy & Murray’s day…you can just tell from the pictures!
Stacy & Murray, a big thank you for choosing me to shoot your fantastic day. Here’s just a few of my own favourites which I hope you like – click on any image to enlarge.
Cast Of Thousands (well, a few suppliers who made the day possible at least :-))
Make-Up: Moi Beauty
Hair: Bon Bon Hairdressing
Cake: Bakery 47
Flowers: Narcissus Florist
Wedding Dress: Pan Pan Bridal
Grooms Atire: Mackenzie Kilts
Ceremony: Newbattle Abbey College
Celebrant: Neil Anderson
Wedding Breakfast: The Sun Inn, Dalkeith
Reception: National Mining Museum
Piper: Sam Cornish
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If you’re looking for a wedding photographer and like what you see in this post, why not check out my full wedding portfolio to get a good feel for my style of shooting. To get in touch, just drop me an email, tell me all about your day and what you’re looking for from your photography, and I’ll get right back to you – but do get in touch as soon as possible, as key dates do tend to get booked up around 18-24 months in advance!