It was worth the wait


Kim & Greg

Real Life Wedding: Eskmills Venue


Kim and Greg’s Eskmills venue wedding was like a big huge declaration that parties are officially BACK. It was literally the celebration everyone had been waiting for. There was love, there was laughter… and one or two (happy) tears. Oh and the dancefloor was absolutely bouncing!

Highlights for this pair include Kim walking up the aisle (although to be fair she was almost upstaged by pageboy Freddie who waved at everybody – cuteness overload), their first dance… and how much fun everyone had.

It was the kind of wedding where everyone was made to feel welcome and we felt privileged to be part of it.

Kim and Greg – worth the wait? In every way! We are so glad you two got the day you’d been dreaming of. We don’t think you could have planned it better.

Here are some highlights. Soo excited to share them all with you soon,

#BigBlueSkyLove,

Alie & Niels xx

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Location - Eskmills
Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Filmmaker - Lee Richardson Videography
Florist - Roseparks

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