A Scottish-Norwegian wedding in a castle in a glen? It was every bit as fantastic as it sounds… Allow us to introduce you to Richard and Lill.
The most chilled out couple imaginable which naturally leads to a sublime, super-relaxed wedding day. For them, it was all about gathering friends and family together and having a cracking house party to celebrating getting married in Scotland.
These two also have a wicked sense of humour which makes them the kind of people you’d love to hang around.
Mr and Mrs Vien: thank you for skipping through glens, climbing hills and of course kissing under tables. Your wedding day was just a little bit magical from beginning to end.
Big Blue Sky love,
Niels & Alie xx
So, why you may ask is do we mention kissing under the tables… well… during dinner, it’s a Norwegian tradition that when the guests start clinking cutlery against their glass, the Bride and Groom have to stand on their chairs and kiss. When the guests start to stamp their feet on the ground, the Bride and Groom must get under the table and kiss. Basically lots of kissing! Lill and Richard top marks for being so good at kissing on the chairs and under the tables!
"WOW! You two have captured our special day just the way we wanted.
We felt like we experienced the whole day all over again when going through the pictures."
Lill (our gorgeous Bride)
We were so delighted to be back at Drumtochty Castle for a real life wedding. And what better wedding to be photographing that this pair?
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.