From the moment we drove down the driveway of the Roxburghe Hotel in Kelso, we had enormous grins on our faces. We knew that we were in for one amazing day of fun, love and and a whole lot of action.
Few brides and grooms would consider holding a sports day the morning of their wedding celebrations, but that’s exactly what the fantastic Claire and Nicholas did. These two had it all planned and we witnessed space-hopper racing, weightlifting, skipping, press-up sessions (and yes, that really is Nicholas, the groom, CLAPPING between press-ups…!) Rock hard!
Everyone totally threw themselves into it… (lycra was encouraged, although not compulsory!) and it was a teeny little bit competitive. Seriously I think some guests had been in training for weeks to prepare! Loved it…
How on earth do you follow that? Well, Claire and Nicholas’ wedding was filled with so much love and laughter that the whole day was one immense day of fun, fun, fun. Topped off with some more spacer-hopper action… look out for this all in Part two – coming next week! We can’t wait…
Much Blue Sky love,
A & N x
This Signet Library wedding was just filled with so much love and so much fun. Long overdue but magical in every part.
Despite the set-backs including the crazy Storm Arwen (with some guests travelling for 10+ hours, and spending the night unexpectedly in hotels) nothing was going to stop this day from happening.
The Balmoral Hotel is the perfect spot for an Edinburgh city centre wedding. With views like that (and dreamy sunsets) you literally feel you’re on top of Edinburgh/the world.
The wedding tale of this pair begins with a truly spectacular engagement story (quite possibly one of the best we’ve heard) and seamlessly navigates a global pandemic and ends in a glorious, love-drenched wedding party at Dundas Castle…