Lothian Chambers and Double Tree Hotel Wedding Edinburgh. At the end of March I returned to Lothian Chambers again to photograph Carol and Adrian’s wedding. Both Carol and Adrian are really great people and took direction perfectly.
They also improvised with some of the photos which for me is absolutely great. This gives me fresh ideas for future weddings although I do have some more weddings coming up in the future for which I have some really great new ideas.
On the day they got married the weather was absolutely perfect. In the last week of March we had something of a heatwave here in Edinburgh with temperatures reaching over 20 degrees celsius. For all the time that we have lived in Edinburgh, I think the highest temperature I’ve seen before was around 27C and while those who read this blog in Australia, America, Taiwan etc will laugh for us it’s really nice.
So back to the wedding, I really enjoyed it. Carol brought along her sister and parents while Adrian had his parents with him. Everyone was absolutely lovely and combined with the great weather we had really good fun and I’m really happy with the captures.
About a week after the wedding I met up with Carol and Adrian again to photograph their reception at the former Point Hotel, now Hilton Double Tree Hotel, in Grassmarket. This is a new venue for me but the Hilton Double Tree Hotel is a really interesting venue. It’s very modern, has absolutely stunning views of the city and is very easy to photograph inside (there’s so much light available from the ceiling to floor windows that surround the penthouse where the reception was held.
Suffice to say it was really great to meet up with Carol and Adrian again and to also see some photos from their honeymoon in New York which looked absolutely awesome.
What else is going on? Well, as of yesterday Amelia is one month old so I’ll be writing a long post in the very near future about my experiences of being a father so far, recent developments and things going on in the near future.
Hope you like some of my favourite captures below.