My Soulmate; My Superstate


Cherry & Danny

Edinburgh Castle


It was the mistiest of days and that just added to the romance of Cherry and Danny’s wedding. Everything about their day was geared around a relaxed family celebration. The kids were as important as the adults and the love was so so evident.

 

I’m not sure which bit we loved the most: wandering around the castle in the mist with these two, Niels being covered in petals as he photographed the family groups, or the fun of the helium animals. All-in-all it was the kind of party where everyone was made to feel at home and no one wanted to leave.

 

Cherry and Danny you and your gorgeous kids just make us smile lots. You are the most genuine, warm people and you made us feel like part of your extended family. Here are some of our favourite memories from your wedding story.

 

Big Blue Sky love,

 

A&N xx

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Wedding Photography - Blue Sky Photography
Make up artist - Lynn Mckezie
Venue - Edinburgh Castle
Florist - Roseparks
Caterer - Benugo
Wedding cake and cake table - Liggy's Cakes
DJ - The Entertainers Agency

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