It was a larger wedding so again I was lucky to have the support of Richie Laurie Photography as my second snapper. The majority of the wedding day takes place at the very grand Mansion House. Previously known as Corstorphine Hill House, the house was originally built in 1793 and as home to the Macmillan family was given a Scots Baronial makeover in 1891. In 1912 the house and surrounding estate was purchased for £17,000 by the The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, and Edinburgh Zoo opened here on 22 July 1913.
I was shooting for the whole day around the house and grounds. Susi was keen to get some shots in the penguin enclosure, which proved to be quite a challenge but rewarding in the end! We luckily had it dry all day, and despite running to a tight schedule for our photo ideas we were able to create some lovely images that I hope Susi & Chris will cherish for years to come.
Below I've featured some of my favourite photos from the day. You'll find they are a good mix of captured moments with a variety of traditional and contemporary styles. I hope you like them!
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