Katie & Alastair’s Wedding, Aberlady Parish Church followed by Archerfield House, East Lothian

Katie & Alastair’s Wedding, Aberlady Parish Church followed by Archerfield House, East Lothian

The final Blue Sky wedding of 2012 was Katie and Alastair’s beautiful winter wedding – what a cracking end to the year…

The scene was set for a picture perfect winter wedding, an abundance of candles, the roaring log fires at Archerfield House and goblets of warm mulled wine – a treat for all.


Katie and Alastair – we had a great day with you and your friends and family – your wedding party rocked!
Looking forward to seeing you in the coming days. Till then, here’s a flavour of your day…


Katie & Alastair celebrated their wedding, with a little bit of help from:


Church – Aberlady Parish Church
Venue – Archerfield House
Photographer – Blue Sky Photography
Katie’s Wedding Dress – Philippa Lepley
Katie’s Wedding Shoes – Christian Louboutin
Make-up Artist/Hairdresser – Roo Maurice
Bridesmaids’ Hairdresser – Alex Ednie of Meka
Florist  – Vicky Davidson, Secret Gardens, Direlton
Entertainment during drinks reception – The Ritz Trio Band
Band – Callanish Music

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