Real Life Scottish wedding: Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland, Gilmore Place and the Dunstane Houses, Edinburgh


Rebecca & Tom

Perfectly Planned (Post Lockdown Wedding)


From the first email we knew Rebecca and Tom were a special couple…

Fast forward meeting them, getting to know them, one or two more emails (a few slight changes of plan – see 2020 weddings) to photographing what can only be described as the most perfect, post-lockdown wedding day.

Yes it wasn’t the party that was planned… but their micro wedding was filled with faith, family and so much love. We wouldn’t have missed it for the world.

Thank you Rebecca and Tom for your patience, perseverance and ultimately perfect planning. Bring on your wedding party!

#BigBlueSkyLove

Niels & Alie  xxx

 

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Wedding venue - Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland
Wedding photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Gardens - The Dunstane Houses

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