We’ve only known Debbie and Paul for a short time, but we already feel as though we’ve known them for years. I think that’s because they are such a warm, friendly couple who love each other lots and they also love God.
Their wedding service was so special and personal as Mark who married them is one of Paul’s best friends. The ballroom at Hopetoun House was pretty packed with friends and family who’d come along to see Debbie and Paul get married. In the service Debbie and Paul were encouraged to bottle love they felt when they saw each other at the top of the aisle and to love like that everyday of their married life. Wow – that has to be a great way to live married life.
There were so many highlights from Debbie and Paul’s day and one of them was definitely the awesome fireworks. It was also an added bonus to see the 21cc Fireworks boys in kilts.
Debbie and Paul – we feel so blessed to have got to know you and to have been a part of your wedding. We hope you have a fantastic honeymoon and properly switch-off (with or without the iPad Paul?!). Looking forward to catching up in the New Year.
Lots of love,
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.
What could be more perfect than getting married in your garden in Edinburgh (especially when your garden has a lawn that was almost designed for outdoor parties)?
To say we’d been looking forward to this wedding for quite a while may well be the biggest understatement of the year.