A little way from Edinburgh (around about 5 hours) is a very special place. And it’s all the more special for having to travel to it. A destination.
For us driving is such a good chance to chat and to catch-up. Laura and Gary love driving too… and it does help when you have a very beautiful car to drive. For Laura and Gary the remoteness of The Torridon is so much of its charm. And we totally agree.
We’d heard such good things about The Torridon (the many recent awards speak for themselves!) and yet we were still blown away by the beauty of the landscape and the warmth of the welcome. Colleen you’re a true star. Lisa thank you for looking after us so well. Dan thank you for the loan of the boots!
What a privilege to be part of this intimate family wedding. There is so much love between Laura and Gary and between their family. Thank you Mr & Mrs S for your invitation to photograph your wedding. We think you know how much we enjoyed it…
Here are some highlights from a weekend that was so full of highlights that we struggled to narrow it down for the blog.
Enjoy lots and we can’t wait to show you all your pictures.
See you soon,
In the morning Laura and Gary had arranged a treasure hunt for the kids… and there was a treasure box for each of them…
The weather was just beautiful – 22 degrees at the shore of the loch. Wow!
What a fantastic finale to an awesome day, by the best in the business, 21cc Fireworks…
Louise and Pete’s was the kind of wedding you just wouldn’t want to leave: the sun shone, the rain came, but regardless the love was abundant. Oh and did we mention the food? Probably the best beef ever!
From our first coffee with Niamh and Sam we were hooked. These two were made for each other, without a doubt.
These two are the loveliest, most easygoing couple. Karen’s smile would light up any room and Stevie’s chuckle is infectious.