Catholic Wedding Videos

We’ve filmed at many of Scotland’s most sacred Catholic churches including the royal Falkland Palace, but some of our favourite are found in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Catholic weddings often have a grandeur just not found anywhere else and we’re honoured to work with couples getting married in such a setting surrounded by family and friends.

Christina & Alex- Dirleton Castle

While the traditional setting of the church often looks wonderful on film Alex & Christina’s Ukrainian Catholic wedding ceremony took place at Dirleton Castle, in East Lothian. The location of this ruined castle just 30 minutes from Edinburgh was stunning, and the bride to be looked gorgeous as she walked over the drawbridge to be greeted by friends, family, TWO ministers and of course Alex. With Ukrainian dancing and music later in the night, I swear I felt as though I could have been in Keiv! With the loud vodka fuelled boisterous singing in Ukrainian it was had to tell if there was going to be a toast or a riot! A wonderful night, filled with surprises.

Kasia & Ben – St Mary Star of the Sea

Katarzyna Maria Mierzejewska and Ben Nicholas Morris – were married at St Mary Star of the Sea Church on Friday 12th October, 2012 at 2.30pm. This was one of many Catholic Wedding videos we have produced over the last few years and the church in the heart of Leith, remains one our our favourite hidden gems!

We personally loved Father Francis Murray, who was – without doubt – one of the most charming priests I’ve had the pleasure of working with. Unusually he allowed us to place a camera on the alter which produced some incredible shots! We wouldn’t normally ask, but the church with its freshly laid wood floors look at it’s best in glorious symmetry so a big thanks for allowing us to do that!

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