And now we come to the last Blue Sky wedding of 2010… and what a fab end to the year…
Do you ever speak to someone for the first time and immediately get a sense for who they are? The first time I spoke to Lauren it felt as though she was just down the road, rather than across the globe. Lauren is such a creative and her eye for style was so evident throughout their wedding. Style in a funky, under-stated and totally hits-the-mark way. Lauren and Colin had a vintage travel theme and it worked perfectly at Dalhousie Castle.
When we received their wedding invitation we both squealed with delight. It set the scene for a really special wedding, with guests travelling from all corners of the world. The atmosphere was so chilled and Lauren and Colin had even prepared a quiz for their guests during the champagne reception. That’s how much attention-to-detail these two put into their day.
Thanks guys for letting us join you. You two were so much fun to photograph and so relaxed together. We loved all your detailing – from your flight itinerary as your order of service through to your in-flight meal for your wedding breakfast. And to top it all, your different cakes for each table for your guests to delve into for desert.
Enjoy some highlights from your Scottish wedding. We hope the rest of your travels were lots of fun and that NYC was awesome…
The speeches were great. Very funny and a little emotional and all very much from the heart…
Louise and Pete’s was the kind of wedding you just wouldn’t want to leave: the sun shone, the rain came, but regardless the love was abundant. Oh and did we mention the food? Probably the best beef ever!
From our first coffee with Niamh and Sam we were hooked. These two were made for each other, without a doubt.
These two are the loveliest, most easygoing couple. Karen’s smile would light up any room and Stevie’s chuckle is infectious.