I’ve just spent the most wonderful day photographing Claire and Jamie’s Our Dynamic Earth wedding. Claire and Jamie’s were married at top Edinburgh visitor attraction Our Dynamic Earth.
Coverage of this wonderful day began with the bridal party preparations. It was a full house, with family and friends everywhere. The girls all looked beautiful and relaxed. Plenty of champagne was flowing. Everyone was good humoured. It was going to be a great day!
An hour later I drove to Our Dynamic Earth to take photos of the groom and guests. Jamie was relaxed and in good humour and couldn’t wait for the ceremony to begin!
Claire and Jamie were married in a romantic civil ceremony. This was followed by champagne reception in the grounds of Our Dynamic Earth. The weather was fine so we drove to St Margaret’s Loch at the bottom of Arthur’s Seat. A brilliant location for taking lovely wedding photos of the newly-weds. Big thanks to our driver who kindly directed/stopped the busy traffic!
The receiving line provided lots of expressive wedding photos. Followed by the newly-wed being piped into the wedding breakfast. The Piper proposed a toast to Claire and Jamie. Amusing and heartfelt wedding speeches followed. Great fun capturing the emotion and character of the wedding party.
In the evening the visitor galleries were opened for a private viewing for everyone. A great opportunity to capture photos. I even took a photo of the newly-weds in front of a man-made iceberg!
My day came to an end with the evening celebrations. The cutting of the magnificent wedding cake. Always a great photo opportunity for the wedding guests. Live entertainment was provided by top wedding band ‘Cut The Cake’. These guys are great. I’ve seen them a few times and they always get the place rocking!
This was a wonderful wedding day. Great to be in such a unique wedding venue. I’m booked for another Our Dynamic Earth wedding soon and I look forward to coming back. Congratulations to Claire and Jamie. You’re a lovely couple and a pleasure to photograph! I look forward to sharing all of your Dynamic Earth photos with you soon!