an Enchanting weddingshoot in Edinburgh
Visiting Edinburgh is always a special experience, but for Menno and Sheila it was even more special than usual.
Menno and Sheila have been married for several years, but they really liked the idea of putting on their wedding clothes for a second time in a total different environment. They were excited to capture their love and commitment to each other once again, this time in the magical city of Edinburgh. And as luck would have it, the day of the shoot had a bit of rain, adding a touch of romance to the atmosphere.
Menno and Sheila were in high spirits as we arrived at their hotel to pick them up. They were dressed in their wedding finery, with Sheila wearing a stunning white gown that perfectly complemented Menno's sharp suit. As I got to work capturing the couple's love and happiness, the rain started to fall more heavily, adding a beautiful moody vibe to the photos.
We chose some of the most iconic locations for their shoot. The first stop was The Writer's Museum, which is dedicated to the lives and works of Scotland's great literary figures, including Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott, and Robert Louis Stevenson.
Next, we headed to Princess Street, which is one of the most famous streets in Edinburgh.
It's lined with beautiful shops and restaurants, and it boasts stunning views of Edinburgh Castle. Menno and Sheila posed on the street, with the bustling city behind them.
While the rain started pouring down, we decided that it was time for a short break and enjoy a cup of tea to warm up and refuel. A little café called The Milkman, which is known for its delicious tea and cozy atmosphere, caught our eye and so we went in.
After the tea break, we headed back out into the lovely streets of Edinburgh, refreshed and energized. Next up was St. Giles Cathedral, which is one of the most famous religious buildings in Scotland. The cathedral dates back to the 12th century and is known for its beautiful stained glass windows and intricate architecture. Menno and Sheila posed in front of the cathedral, taking in its grandeur and beauty.
Finally, we headed to The Scot Monument, which is a stunning tribute to Scottish hero Sir Walter Scott. The monument stands tall in the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town, offering incredible views of the city below. Menno and Sheila posed at the base of the monument, with the breathtaking views behind them.
The final shots from the shoot captured Menno and Sheila's love and happiness in a way that was both magical and authentic. In the end, Menno and Sheila's weddingshoot in Edinburgh was a truly unforgettable experience. From the rain to the cozy tea break, every moment was filled with love and magic.
Thank you so much for this day, Menno and Sheila!