Wedderburn Castle, nears Duns in the Scottish Borders, provides a grand setting for a wedding. In Scotland, you can never guarantee glorious weather, but one thing that you can be fairly sure of is that it will be changable. And so it was on Natasha and James’ wedding day. At times, the rain poured, which didn’t really matter, as Wedderburn has a lovely enough interior to keep all the guests – and the photographers – happy all day long. However, when there was a temporary lull in the rain, we took the opportunity to nip outside to take a few photos. Natasha was brave about her wedding dress in the weather, but soldiered on without complaint (and thanks to an umbrella gallantly wielded by James, all was well with the dress).
There was a particular wealth of delicate detail at the wedding, reflecting no doubt James’ and Natasha’s design background, and an enormous amount of effort and attention to detail. All in all, it was a wonderful day, and, as we headed off after the meal, we have no doubt that the festivities carried on in like fashion well after we left!