It’s always nice to be able to do your family a favour, especially on their wedding day. With the majority of my weddings taking place in York it was lovely to get away and see the beautiful town of North Berwick nestled away just the other side of the Scottish border. So it was a pleasure to be able to photograph my father in laws marriage to the lovely Kay. I’m always lost at weddings without my camera anyway!
It was a small intimate affair with just a handful of people attending. With it being a small town they knew their Minister, Neil. It was held in Neil’s church at the St Andrew Blackadder Church of Scotland, North Berwick. Kay had organized the flowers for the day which consisted of the Scottish thistle and the white Yorkshire rose which was a very creative touch to symbolize their coming together. With a short and sweet ceremony quickly over and some photographs in the little church gardens it was back to The Open Arms in Dirleton for champagne and some wonderful food in our private dining area.
The last photograph needed was the cutting of the cake shot. Where’s the cake? the boot of my car, ok I’ll go and fetch it. 10 minutes of pulling everything out of the boot I found the smallest wedding cake I’d ever seen, it fit in the palm of my hand! Well I suppose it did only have to go around six people.
A lovely day and a huge congratulations to Kay and Peter!