Katy & Pete – 10th October 2015
Katy and Pete’s wedding theme could quite possibly be the best ever! Dogs and Bicycles – who’d have thought they’d work so perfectly? Combined with cool shades of grey and we’re all in.
Katy and Pete – you guys blow our little minds. The planning and attention to detail you both put into the day knocked our socks off (and you know that takes some doing)… Your ideas, creativity, design and styling were off the scale – thank you for allowing us to share in your day.
We loved hanging out with you both and it struck us that at the heart everything you did was a love to share your wedding day with friends and family and create an amazing party for them. Guess what – you did that (and then some…)
Everything in us knows you’ll have many incredible adventures ahead of you as husband and wife – why? “Because love is the best thing we do.”
With big Blue Sky love,
Niels & Alie xxx
PS – check out Katy & Pete’s wedding film trailer by the rediculously-talented Cherry Tree Films over on their blog.
Photographer – Blue Sky Photography
Filmmaker – Cherry Tree Films
Ceremony Venue – St John’s Episcopal Church, Edinburgh
Reception Venue – Hopetoun House, South Queensferry
Florist – Planet Flowers
Caterer – Heritage Portfolio
Wedding cake and cake/Bike table – Heathers Cakes
Band – Corra
Photo Booth – Look Look
Fireworks – 21CC Fireworks
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