Our trip to Scotland last week was both an awesome adventure and an answer to many-a-prayer from my wife, whose dear friend Agnes was the bride-to-be. She was a bridesmaid, our older son Asher was the Ring Bearer, and I had the privilege of pointing a lens at the happy couple to capture the memories of a magical day. We are so thankful it was possible for us to be there!
Here are some highlights from a Crackin’ Good day in Edinburgh!
The sporran: the manliest man-bag you’ll ever come across. Nae bother lookin’ elsewhere.
Our wee lad Asher made a sharp Ring Bearer, and the wee flower girl belongs to our dear friends, Rob and Alice. We’re discussing the terms of a betrothal.
Agnes was a bit emotional when the big moment arrived!
First wedding I’ve attended where the groom read his vows off his iPhone…
Have I mentioned yet what a magic sense of humour Alan and Agnes have?
Agnes had the appropriate footwear ready for the outdoor photo session after the ceremony…
She cleaned up again for the reception…
After dinner, one little Ring Bear joined the ceilidh band for a jam!
Alan and Agnes are both dancers, and the dance the ‘A-Team’ choreographed for their first was nothing short of pure dead brilliant!
Here’s an outtake for proof that this couple really is as fun as they seem!
Alan and Agnes, it was an absolute joy to be a part of your wedding day. We wish you many years of incredible happiness — may exceeding and abundant joy be yours in every season! Thank you again and again!
Feel free to leave the “A-Team” love and good wishes in the comments! I’m sure they’ll enjoy it!
Special thanks to Sean Morrisey of Afnan Photography Studios for shooting this wedding with me — it was great to work with you!
Love it! Thanks for sharing these gorgeous photos and fun commentary.
John, wish that I could have had more time getting to know the Tominey guys. Maybe on our next excursion to Scotland we can hang out over a pint or two?
Thank you Mama A! Will tell you more about the fun and games around this wedding when we do that braai. When is summer camp season over?