The Balmoral Hotel is the perfect spot for an Edinburgh city centre wedding. With views like that (and dreamy sunsets) you literally feel you’re on top of Edinburgh/the world.
Having some professional newborn photography taken is a great way to do just that. But which option should you choose: a session at a professional photography studio or DIY newborn photography? While both have their merits, going the professional route can make the experience a whole lot more relaxed and enjoyable when you’re navigating new parenthood.
Deciding what to wear to your family photoshoot? This seemingly simple task can be easily complicated when you want to make sure you all complement each other without being too matchy-matchy. That’s why I thought I’d share some of my tips for pulling together outfits that’ll look great in your family portraits. So get that Pinterest inspiration board ready and let’s start planning your family photo outfits.
The wedding tale of this pair begins with a truly spectacular engagement story (quite possibly one of the best we’ve heard) and seamlessly navigates a global pandemic and ends in a glorious, love-drenched wedding party at Dundas Castle…
We were so delighted to be back at Drumtochty Castle for a real life wedding. And what better wedding to be photographing that this pair?
We are known for our Christmas Photoshoots in Edinburgh. This year we’ve created a little bit of Scandi heaven in our studio (think all things neutral, natural and hygge) Already we’ve had clients asking if we can come and style their home 🤣
A sun drenched, summer wedding at Edinburgh’s Dundas Castle is pretty magical at the best of times, but when you add into this the amazing post-lockdown wedding party, you can begin to feel the amazing celebration that was Megan and Shawn’s wedding.
Ravensheugh Log Cabin is one of those hidden gems of places… for starters its location is beyond perfect. For seconds you can make it entirely your own. And if you add in a little bit of Scottish sun you’ll quickly feel the holiday vibes.