First wedding of the year and we had a surprise visit from Stevie McCrorie from The Voice.

So Laurie and Graeme came to me with her sister Lyndsey and Steven and they booked together. Lyndsey got married last year and what a day that was. But it was Lauries big day.

Laurie and Graeme picked the principle hotel to get married in. They had a very classy affair. It started in the forth view suit with Laurie and Chris was with Graeme and the boys.

It was a very relaxing start to the day, with Laurie still not believing it was her turn to walk down the aisle. With her twin sister as her chief brides maid and her sister in law who was pregnant again and looking beautiful they all had a very lovely time in the morning. The weather was trying to rain but wow how that changed, the sun was out and beautiful.

Laurie was easy to photograph. Calm and beautiful. I did feel like I was photographing a friend as I knew all the family and felt apart of it even more so.

Chris was with Graeme who seemingly was sorting out the room and making it “photo ready” which I loved about this family everything was ready to shot out and well put together.

the morning came and went and it was time for the big ceremony. Under the beautiful chandler Laurie walked with her proud dad and they had a beautiful ceremony done by Mo from Fuze ceromonies.

I fell I have to mention this though. Dad had mad a surprise for there first dance The Voice winner Stevie McCrorie sang there first dance as husband and wife with out th couple knowing this was going to happen and it was an amazing surprise for them both..

All I want to say is I am said that all the foster family are now married as I cant photograph them again…..

Laurie and Graeme Congrats. xoxoxo

Venue: Principle Hotel, George street Edinburgh

Make up and Hair: Natasha Dardas

Wedding dress: Justin Alexander - Elite Bridal Kirkcaldy

Bridesmaids dresses: Stacees

Florest: Save the date collective

Offciant Mo Ackroyd

First dance star Stevie McCrorie

Ashley-liv Jamieson photography- principle wedding
Scots monument Wedding bride and groom