Rebecca & Craig's wedding in Eyemouth

28th August 2013
When I got down to Eyemouth on Saturday and had a walk around the harbour and Gunsgreen House (where the ceremony was to be) I realised I have never spent any time there, doing any landscape work... but don't know why - it's a lovely harbour with absolutely loads of features. So that's on the list of things to do - which is like a phone book now mind.

But to the day in hand and Rebecca & Craig's wedding.
I'd caught up with the girls in Reston, then with the guys in the pub in Eyemouth... both parties making out they were not nervous, but I could see the tell tale signs of giddiness & apprehension... I prefer it when people are nervous for their wedding, it shows they care.

Gunsgreen House is an interesting venue too full of history, and creaky old (but clean & tidy) rooms for great photo opportunities. The staff - led that day by Tony - were courteous and attentive. Nice.

Rebecca & Craig chose to have their ceremony finalised with a old traditional creeling, andother nice touch to make their day even more unique to them. This involved 2 youngsters who put a lobster creel over our newly weds for them to cut the ribbons.
There's a wee bit about the history of creeling here, but thankfully, 'Becca & Craig went for a more modern & quick way instead of this full task :)

After some photos, we made our way to Eyemouth Golf Club for the evening reception & fun.

All in all a lovely day out, the hazy rain wasn't enough to dampen any spirits as the night wore on and everyone seemed to have a ball.

Here's a sample of the pics, with the full portfolio in the Gallery section now - Rebecca & Craig have the password for F&F.

Gunsgreen House website




Photo comment By Mum: Absolutely stunning photos, thank you, X
Photo comment By Kara ter Morsche: Great photos! Thank you for your kind words about our venue, Gunsgreen House, too. We were delighted that Rebecca and Craig chose to spend their special day here.
Photo comment By Bryan and Linda Bilboe: lovely photos,a shame we could not make it up to Scotland.We wish them every happiness.

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