How excited have we been to see so many glimpses of sunshine recently? That feeling of oooh spring is round the corner (and we’re going to totally ignore the snow we’ve witnessed recently!)…
Karen and David’s wedding day had lots of lovely sun peaking through and Balbirnie House was the perfect setting for their relaxed early spring wedding.
This pair are so laid back and at ease with each other and so obviously soul-mates. We really enjoyed getting to know them and so quickly felt relaxed around them as all anyone who knows them will know well… we just knew they would be lots of fun to photograph. We have so many highlights from the day… from hanging out with the girls in the morning (which was the most fun – Lisa and Lyndsey thank you for being so fab)… through to taking a wander with Karen and David round Balbirnie and even enjoying a little bit of that sunshine.
We also got to catch-up with some lovely Blue Sky friends all the way from Boston. Andrew and Emily, it was lovely to see you again and we hope the snow had melted by time you guys got home! Andrew we hope ‘the diary’ went down well?
Karen and David thank you so much for letting us be part of your top day. Here are some highlights. We’re so excited about catching-up and sharing the whole story with you.
Can’t wait to hear how amazing your honeymoon was – we’ve a feeling we’re going to be a teeny little bit jealous!
See you soon,
Love this shot of the ladies peaking out on the guests arriving below…
This Signet Library wedding was just filled with so much love and so much fun. Long overdue but magical in every part.
Despite the set-backs including the crazy Storm Arwen (with some guests travelling for 10+ hours, and spending the night unexpectedly in hotels) nothing was going to stop this day from happening.
The Balmoral Hotel is the perfect spot for an Edinburgh city centre wedding. With views like that (and dreamy sunsets) you literally feel you’re on top of Edinburgh/the world.
The wedding tale of this pair begins with a truly spectacular engagement story (quite possibly one of the best we’ve heard) and seamlessly navigates a global pandemic and ends in a glorious, love-drenched wedding party at Dundas Castle…