Real life Scottish wedding: Dundas Castle, by Edinburgh


Siobhan & Sean

Dancing in the Summer Sun


From the first meeting with this rocking pair we were hooked. Not only are they a top team, but they approach life like it’s one big adventure and everyone loves them for that.

Mr and Mrs Harkins we absolutely LOVED your wedding day. From your wonderfully eclectic vision – dinosaurs, llamas, mustangs… everything came together with nothing less than sheer perfection.

And that golden hour dance down by the lake? Your own slice of wedding heaven.

Thank you for letting us tell your blissful wedding story. We cannot wait to share it all with you. For now, here’s a taste of the magic,

#BigBlueSkyLove,

N&A xxx

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Venue - Dundas Castle
Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Filmmaker - Bowery Productions
Florist - Roseparks
Cake - 3D Cakes
Music - Rusty's Travelling Piano Bar
Band - T-Junction Wedding Band

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