Monday, 15 June 2009

Natasha & Owen

Natasha and Owen were married at their own parish church of St Peter's in Edinburgh. There was a lovely atmosphere as their families gathered and friends arrived from Manchester, Liverpool, Bradford and Edinburgh.

The hymns were well chosen and belted out by the congregation. A beautiful church like St Peter's deserves a choir in good voice and it was very impressive to hear.

Natasha smiled her way through the ceremony that was personal and heartfelt.

Natasha smiled her way throughout the whole day now I think about it...

We had a few minutes in the church gardens before the thunder came overhead and we retreated inside for some photos and refreshments.

Helen was a great help to Natasha tying up the train - "it seemed easier in the shop" sums it up! It was worth the effort as it made walking a bit easier for Natasha and the embroidery looked lovely once it was tied up in place.

It's the details that count. Even the details not normally seen!

Quite the cutest and most individualistic bridal shoes I've seen.

The Royal Scot's Club was a very opulent venue and we grabbed a few pictures in the couple's beautiful room.

The stage was set for the rest of the wedding evening when I left and I'm pretty sure that a good time was had by all.

Congratulations to Natasha and Owen. I hope you like these few pictures and I'll post more on my website as soon as I can.

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Owen said...

Thank you for these, a lovely teaser for us! - We are looking forward to meeting with you.

We'll be pointing people towards these, I like our feet, and Helen tying up the dress.

We've told the Royal Scots Club that we would highly recommend you, hopefully they will pass that on.

- Owen

lili said...

Fantastic photos Andy! you have really captured the spirit of the day. Looking forward to seeing the rest.
Thanks, Liz (natasha's mother).