We started at Sara & Graham's flat in Edinburgh where final touches were applied and we first saw Sara's gorgeous dress.
Hazel the Make-Up artist applied some silver dust to the glittering star of the day.
Off down the stairs - Sara had cunningly made a good choice of dress that was easy to get about in.
A last minute visit to the hairdresser's to wind proof the veil...
...followed by a quick trip to the bank. Even brides need cash!
Some interesting pictures around the old town of Edinburgh on the way up to Calton Hill for a few Happy Couple portraits. Very unusual as this was before the wedding ceremony but anything goes today.
The sun was shining when we arrived at the registry office but we were way too early. So we all went across the road for a coffee and a chat. It was raining when we emerged but it didn't dampen the mood and allowed Sara to employ her special umbrella to good effect.
The cermony was the most moving I have attended. Sara and Graham had written their own extra expressions of love which they read to one another and there wasn't a dry eye in the house.
Back in the sunshine for the walk to the reception venue. Lots of fun en route and grand views as we crossed Edinburgh's North Bridge.
This was a small, intimate wedding with Sara and Graham's closest friends and family in attendance. All weddings are individually tailored to the bride and grooms' taste but this wedding took individuality to the extreme with great results.
Congratulations Sara and Graham and Thanks for making me feel like one of your guests throughout the day.
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