Hector Innes photography is a family run photographic business situated in Kelso Square in the heart of the Scottish Borders. Established in 1937 the company has grown over the years to include aretail camera shop with a wide selection of Digital Cameras, Binoculars and Telescopes and a digital printing and film processing lab. Alastair Innes is a BIPP qualified photographer with a degree in photographic Science and over 30 years experience.
I live in Birgham, near Coldstream in the Scottish Borders. I have been keenly interested in photography since the age of 11, after being introduced to it as a result of receiving a camera anddeveloping and printing outfit, as a Christmas present. I soon progressed to the stage of having my own darkroom setup complete with a good quality enlarger.
Standing proud since the 14th century, Duns Castle is in a unique location in the Scottish Borders, surrounded by tranquil parkland, on the outskirts of the small market town of Duns. Thisexceptionally peaceful castle has been home to the Hay family since 1696, and now welcomes guests from around the world to experience the luxury of accommodation in an exclusive-use private venue with superb hospitality.
Winner of the AA's Scottish Hotel of the Year 2013/14, Cringletie is located near Edinburgh in the picturesque town of Peebles. Built in 1861 and lovingly restored by the present owners, this LuxuryScottish Hotel offers 9 beautiful bedrooms, 4 sumptuous suites, and our new 2 bedroom Spa Cottage with hot tub. The very highest standards of food and service have earned Cringletie the well-deserved reputation as one of Scotland's finest Country House Hotels.
Ecosse Classic Wedding Cars provides exceptional traditional classic and vintage vehicles for weddings and special occasions. We hire most of our wedding cars to customers who are looking for avintage or classic wedding car for weddings in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling and Fife. Please contact us for any special occasion, you may be surprised at how little it can cost to travel in true style.
The Scottish Wedding Blog is a source of ideas & inspiration for couples planning a wedding in Scotland. Many suppliers who feature in the blog are members of the Scottish Wedding Network. TheScottish Wedding Network was formed in 2012 by Mark Cameron & Chris McGowan as a way of bringing local wedding businesses together.
We hope you can find everything you need. CJ's Chauffeur Drive Ltd is an Edinburgh based chauffeur drive company and is focused on providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction - we will doeverything we can to meet your needs and expectations. CJ's Chauffeur Drive Ltd is your premier family run transportation service based in the Bonnyrigg area. We provide Chauffeur driven car services for both individuals and corporate groups for a variety of events and occasions.
Fern Photography is run by Daniel Rannoch and Matthew Dale. We have been working photographers since 2008, initially as event and portrait photographers in Edinburgh. We then decided to specialise inwedding photography in 2011. As professional photographers we want to create images that are full of life. We aim to tell people's stories and show how much fun the world can be.
W. D. and F. Hendry, Organists is run by William and Fiona Hendry both classically trained musicians. We have been in the wedding business for over twenty years and have vast experience in weddingmusic. Fiona Hendry is a graduate of the Northern College of Education, Aberdeen where she studied piano, singing and violin. Her degree course specialized piano and she recently retired from a career teaching pianoforte in Midlothian schools.
As a professional wedding photographer and portrait photographer I provide the highest level of customer service. Every wedding is unique and I will meet with you to discuss your requirements and makea plan to ensure you get exactly what you want. I photograph in a way that allows your day's true events and emotions to come through in the images. I know how much effort goes in to getting a wedding just right so my guiding principle is not to intrude and alter the flow of it.