There’s something so special about not only getting to know our clients before their wedding, but getting to know the place they’ve chosen to get married in. Arbroath means so much to this fab couple. David because it’s home and Nic because it’s where she’s at home with David.
For those who know Nic and David you’ll know how special they are are. They’re so kind and generous with those around them and clearly love each other to bits. One of Nic’s friends described her as “the eternal hostess” – even on her own wedding day she was looking out for everyone else.
Mr and Mrs Deeds we had a ball with you two! We loved taking shots in your bus-stop in the maddest rain ever and then heading back to your house where in true Nic style you had towels at the ready. Thank you for looking after us so exceptionally… We also loved how you’d planned everything locally… from your food and favours right through to your flowers.
Soo many special moments of your wedding day that we’re not sure if we can do it all justice in one blog post, but here goes…
Lots of love,
PS – thank you again for spotting the sun with us and for and hopping out to chase those magical golden rays… you guys rock!
On the way to preparations in the morning, we spotted this incredible seascape and had to pull over and grab a shot of it. There’s something about Scotland that even on a wet day it looks breathtaking.
David’s love of Arbroath FC is up there with his love of Nic, so as a surprise in the morning Nic had organised for the boys to have a kick-around at their home ground of Gayfield Park…
And then afterwards – breakfast for the boys…
Meanwhile the girls were getting ready across town.
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.