We’ve known this cracking pair for many years through our frequent rendezvous on the wedding scene (we’re all too often found loitering round wedding venues at weekends!)
There’s something deeply infectious about Will and Kirsty: from their natural warmth, through to their incredible relaxed outlook – hanging out with these two is a joy. And their wedding was utterly oozing warmth and chilled vibes. In fact when we say wedding, think more of a week of adventure….
Their mutual love of music meant that this was one fantastic party from the minute Kirsty walked down the aisle to the epic (and we mean epic) dancing at night.
Thank you Mr and Mrs Marshall for dropping us that first email and for inviting us to be a part of your celebrations; thank you for dancing with us on the beach, for allowing us to discover the incredible venue that is GG’s yard and above all thank you for allowing us to create this collection of memories for you. Here’s to you and many more mutual get-togethers on Saturday nights by the dance floor!
Big Blue Sky love,
Alie & Niels xxx
"Marry me a little, Love me just enough.
Warm and sweet and easy, Just the simple stuff.
Keep a tender distance, So we'll both be free.
That's the way it ought to be."
Stephen Sondheim, Marry Me a Little
Balmoral Hotel weddings have their own kind of magic. For starters you get to literally have the red carpet rolled out for you and be treated like royalty… and then (perhaps even more special) you get access to enviable rooftop views.
What could be more perfect than getting married in your garden in Edinburgh (especially when your garden has a lawn that was almost designed for outdoor parties)?
To say we’d been looking forward to this wedding for quite a while may well be the biggest understatement of the year.
These two were among the few who set a wedding date for 2020 and stuck to it. Yes the plans changed slightly along the way (think plan A, plan B…) but in the end celebrating their wedding in the spectacular Barnbougle Castle with their closest family and friends was nothing short of perfect and they wouldn’t have changed a thing.