Helen & Stephen


Helen & Stephen
Prestonfield House and Stables, Edinburgh

Helen and Stephen’s spring wedding was filled with lots of love, laughter and lush details. From the preparations right through to the dancing the vibe was so chilled that everyone felt right at home.

Guys – we loved seeing all your plans come together to form your amazing wedding day (and a rather cracking party!)

Thank you for letting us tell your wedding story. Here are a few teasers to bring your day back to you…

See you soon with lots more!

A&N xx

 

Helen & Stephen celebrated their wedding, with a little bit of help from:

Venue – Prestonfield House and Stables
Photographer – Blue Sky Photography
Helen’s Wedding Dress – Morilee by Madeline Gardner
Helen’s Wedding Shoes – Dune
Make-up Artists – Mikey from Space NK
Hair Stylist – Simon Hill from Sesh Hairdressing
Florist  – Planet Flowers
Cake – Too Good to Eat
Band – Franco

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Venue - Prestonfield House and Stables
Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Helen's Wedding Dress - Morilee by Madeline Gardner
Helen's Wedding Shoes - Dune
Make-up Artists - Mikey from Space NK
Hair Stylist - Simon Hill from Sesh Hairdressing
Florist - Planet Flowers
Cake - Too Good to Eat
Band - Franco

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