Amanda's Castle


Amanda & James

Dalhousie Castle


When you live in America and discover that there is a real Castle in Scotland that literally has your name on it… could you imagine getting married anywhere else?

That’s how it was for Amanda. And as James proposed, he said the immortal words “And we can get married in your Castle”

Dalhousie Castle, home of the Ramsay Clan (AKA Amanda’s Castle), was genuinely the perfect spot for this intimate wedding party.

Words can’t describe how much fun we had with these two and their incredible family and friends. We were made to feel part of the extended family and we left the wedding knowing these two will be friends of ours for life.

Amanda and James thanks for being you; thanks for making us feel so at home in your Castle and thanks for being such fabulous humans.

Big Blue Sky Love,

N&A xx

2 responses to “Dalhousie Castle”

  1. Colin Ramsay says:

    LOVELY WORK. I think you got the spirit and joy of the occasion.

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Wedding Venue - Dalhousie Castle
Photographer - Blue Sky Photographer
Humanist Celebrant - Marilyn Jackson
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