You don’t get much grander wedding venues in Glasgow than the University Chapel – so much so that you are always guaranteed to have a gaggle of tourist to witness your wedding (and sometimes attempts to gatecrash).
I joined Amy and her bridesmaids at One Devonshire, which she had decked out beautifully with so many personal touches, from the flowers, to candy bar, homemade cup cakes and favours of lavender bags for the girls and chutney for the boys in dainty jars.
The service was punctuated with a musical rendition by Amy’s mother on piano and sister Lucy on cello instead of the usual readings. The sun came out long enough for me to take the close family into the university quad for group photos before we all headed back to One Devonshire Gardens (where I seem to have been rather a lot this month) for the reception.
In Simon’s speech he mentioned that Amy just didn’t seem to realise how pretty she was – I thought she was stunning and she was such a joy to photograph.