Living and running a photography studio in the busy city that is Edinburgh, I sometimes forget that it’s a city that changes peoples lives.
People arrive as individuals and leave as husband and wife and as wedding photographers, we’re honoured to to be a small part of this journey.
Edinburgh means lots to Blánaid and Rory – it’s not only where they were engaged but also married…
The memories that will long stay with me from your wedding: the music that filled the day (from singing Whitney in your suite at the Balmoral to the oh so chic music by Spectrum); your wonderful parents with nearly 90 years of marriage between them (that deserves respect!) and the warmth of you all.
Blánaid and Rory thank you for allowing me to be part of your story.
Here’s to your city of Edinburgh; to you as you begin this new journey together and to many more return visits as husband and wife back in the years ahead.
Big Blue Sky love,
Niels (and Alie) x
These two were among the few who set a wedding date for 2020 and stuck to it. Yes the plans changed slightly along the way (think plan A, plan B…) but in the end celebrating their wedding in the spectacular Barnbougle Castle with their closest family and friends was nothing short of perfect and they wouldn’t have changed a thing.
To say Alie and I had been holding out for this wedding would be an understatement… Emily and Cammy you know how much we adore you (and your families). You two are so clearly meant to be. The world is, without question, a lighter, brighter and more brilliant place for you two being in it.
There has to be something even more special about a wedding day that has been re-scheduled several times. We love how, despite the plans having changed lots throughout the last few months, the one thing Catrin and David were sure about was that they want to get married.