Saturday, 15 August 2015

Louise and Neil's Humanist Wedding at The Caves



Neil and Louise's relationship kicked off at a Potterrow School Disco when they were freshers at Edinburgh University, and survived not only Neil's choice of Texas Chainsaw Massacre as a first date movie, but a year's separation as they set out on their separate careers. 11 and a half years later, they and their family and friends came together at The Caves, where Louise, Neil and five of their friends entertained everyone with a very funny and touching ceremony. Three months later, they sent me these photos and this lovely note.



We just want to say a huge thank you for letting us create our own wedding; the ceremony was absolutely perfect and everyone said after how lovely and personal it was! 

All of the input you gave to allow us to pick and choose what we wanted to include in our wedding really made us realise that it was about what we wanted to say in front of our friends and family and we kept that at the forefront of our minds the entire time. It was a perfect day: thank you again! Louise and Neil xx


Not at all, Neil and Louise, thank you for saying what you did, the way you did. It was great and I felt privileged to be a part of your special day! Thanks too to Ryan White whose great shots these are.

You can see more detailed photos from the day on We Fell In Love too: well worth checking out!

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