A sun drenched, summer wedding at Edinburgh’s Dundas Castle is pretty magical at the best of times, but when you add into this the amazing post-lockdown wedding party, you can begin to feel the amazing celebration that was Megan and Shawn’s wedding.
Ravensheugh Log Cabin is one of those hidden gems of places… for starters its location is beyond perfect. For seconds you can make it entirely your own. And if you add in a little bit of Scottish sun you’ll quickly feel the holiday vibes.
A Mansfield Traquair wedding is blessed with one of the most incredible aisles in Edinburgh
Newhall Estate is an absolute hidden gem, tucked just outside Edinburgh. Imagine the most perfect of fairytale walled gardens and I’m not sure you’d even come close. That’s before we’ve mentioned the house and the rest of the grounds. We could spend a day there and happily get lost.
A Mansfield Traquair wedding is blessed with one of the most incredible aisles in Edinburgh and Emma’s walk down the aisle was nothing short of breathtaking.
To describe Nic and Ian’s wedding day would any many ways be like describing the perfect day. This was a wedding we wouldn’t have wanted to miss and we’re so glad we didn’t have to.
An outdoor wedding ceremony overlooking the bay in the middle of one of the hottest Scottish summers is one of life’s gifts (and perfect planning on the part of Helen and James)
Balmoral Hotel weddings have their own kind of magic. For starters you get to literally have the red carpet rolled out for you and be treated like royalty… and then (perhaps even more special) you get access to enviable rooftop views.