February 19, 2019

A tale of two ceremonies ~ When Two became Wan !

I just HAD to start this blog post by saying .. Zoë & John’s wedding sign was possibly the best wedding signage I’ve ever seen .. WHEN TWO BECAME WAN”  – bloody brilliant !

This wedding is a tale of two ceremonies! Thats right, the first part of the day was Zoë and John’s Chinese Tea Ceremony. It was really quite emotional, seeing John’s reaction to Zoë walking up to the house as he glanced out the window.

Zoë wore a really beautiful red dress for the Tea Ceremony, and then walked back to the cottage to get changed ready for the humanist ceremony at Kinkell Byre.


Here’s what Zoë’s Dad had to say:
What a fabulous set of pictures were taken by Zoe at my daughters wedding. She took all the ones you expect but also lots and lots of other non formal pictures that captured the event and will be livelong favourites. She was very charming and got the best out of the guests and bride and groom. Excellent, professional work and I would highly recommend her. Thanks again John

.. and here’s what the the bride .. Zoë said about me! 
We cannot recommend Zöe enough. She went beyond her duties as a photographer. She became part of the day, and the wedding party. She put us all at ease so much we barely even noticed her taking any photos at the time. The photos are perfect, the way she has captured the entire day is outstanding. I honestly want Zöe to capture every big moment in our life! Thank you so much!


WEDDING MAKERS: Getting ready venue: St Andrews Coach Houses, Wedding Venue – Kinkell Byre, Kilt Hire – Slaters Glasgow, Wedding Dress: Wed2b, Make Up Artist – Robyn Stewart, Hair- Aimee Scott, Wedding Cake – 3d Cakes  Glasgow , Band, Bahookie, Film Makers: Memory Box Films (can’t find a link for this company, sorry!) , Humanist celebrant – Iain Whitelaw, Catering: Lazy Sunday Catering 

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