Siobhan and John's wedding was on one of those perfect autumnal days when the light is golden and the leaves are golden. Dundas Castle is a beautiful venue, with a mixture of lovely grounds, a lake and boathouse, and the charming quirky interior of the castle itself. The day was a perfectly happy and relaxed one, the apparent effortless and seamless transition from one part of the day to the next representing no doubt an enormous amount of hard work and foresight in the preceding months.
After the ceremony at St. Michael's, Linlithgow, we met Siobhan and John at Dundas Castle's boathouse to take a few portraits. The last rays of the setting sun was the perfect compliment to the autumn leaves.
With perfect timing, just as everyone headed to dinner in the marquee, the golden light transformed into the first snow shower of the year. Roddy Deans the piper gave a brilliant and expressive rendition of Burn's "Address to a Haggis". And the evening dancing was kicked off with what has to be the most spectacular first dance we have ever seen!