Jordana & Richard were married on the 15th of February 2013 at The Hub on Edinburgh's iconic Royal Mile.
I spent time with Richard, the boys, and Maddie (their gorgeous dog) at their home in the morning before they hit a pub on the Royal Mile. Jen, my wonderful fiance / fully fledge camera operator now accompanied Jordana and the girls to a Cheynes and back to the The Roxburgh Hotel for champagne before they got into their dresses.
Jordana looked radient as she was escorted down the aisle by her mum and a lone piper.
The ceremony was conducted with her usual eloquence by Humanist celebrant Juliet Wilson and featured four readings from close friends.
Drinks and canopes were served in the Dunard Library before guests were called to dinner by the master of ceremonies. Best man, Gordon and mother of the bride, Ann provided excellent toasts to the happy couple, while Richard himself provided a touching speech thanking everyone and of course paying tribute to Jordana.
This wedding had all the elements to make it a favourite - a beautiful service, lovely readings, wonderfully smilie guests and lots of wild dancing. The guests obviously had a blast at the ceilidh music provided by Corra, it was certainly one our most enjoyable ceilidh's to date with a stunning backdrop and lots of space for people to cut loose!
Our heart-felt wishes go out to the happy couple, and we're already looking forward to crafting an extending highlights film for you next week - so watch this space.
Jordana & Richard's wedding film was produced by Butterfly Films wedding videography. butterflyweddingfilms.com
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