Tuesday, 27 May 2008
Abi & James Humanist Wedding at The George Hotel, Edinburgh
The George Hotel used to be the favourite late night watering hole for the TV Festival when I used to go there but its now had a major make-over and it's looking fantastic. I really like this Portuguese Man 'o' War chandelier.
Here's James and his best man, Andy, looking very composed and elegant.
I knew James was taller than me, but until I saw this shot I hadn't realised how much! James's mum gave me a buttonhole to wear, like the rest of the bridal party, which was kind, and a nice touch.
As I was leaving, James and Abi were going out to get a sneak preview of their wonderful old VW Campervan; they're becoming very popular at weddings and I can see why!
The camper van took them off on location for a photo shoot on Calton Hill - what a glorious afternoon it was!
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