Morag emailed me in July last year telling me all about her ideas for her and Graeme’s wedding in East Linton. I loved the idea of photographing their small Scottish wedding in East Linton.
It was wonderful that I got the chance to meet them beforehand, during the engagement shoot they booked for early autumn last year. It was a perfect evening, windy but the sunset was absolutely epic. So it was the most magical evening for engagement photos, no photographer could ask for more!
Traprain Law engagement photos – East Linton wedding photographer
During our email exchange last year Morag told me more about her and Graeme and their life as a couple.
Graeme and Morag had met 9 years ago at the Royal Highland show. And they both thought each other came from farming background… after a couple of dates they realised this was not the case. But by then they kind of already we liked each other! Morag was studying at the university in Glasgow and Graeme was a mechanic in East Lothian. A few months of boozy courting they became official!
During the last 4 years they had been living together in their wee home in Dunbar. Graeme working as a self-employed mechanical engineer. And Morag managed to wrangle a job in investments after a degree in Sport Science (who would have thought?).
They both love to travel and seeing the world (their first holiday was inter-railing around Europe) and their latest trip was 3 weeks of driving around California over Christmas and New Year. They love walking around East Lothian and further afield and trying out new recipes at home.
This is why they decided on organising their wedding in East Lothian. They couldn’t have imagined getting married in a more perfect place.
When it comes to their engagement photos, East Lothian was also their first choice.
They decided Traprain Law near Haddington would be the perfect place for their engagement photoshoot. After all it was where Graeme popped the big question!
Traprain Law has amazing views of Dunbar, East Linton and North Berwick. We went for October, since it was after harvest – and evening time was perfect given the gorgeous light we found when we got there!