To describe Nic and Ian’s glorious garden wedding would any many ways be like describing the perfect day: a chilled start to the morning; spot of make-up for the girls (with tea and fresh scones thrown in) then get a little bit glam ready for a super meaningful and personal wedding ceremony. This was a genuinely happy day filled with family, fun and the most perfectly-timed barks from Holly at key moments.
They say never work with children and animals. We say work with both – regularly – as they both make the party happen.
Highlights for these two (and us) were wandering off to do photos in the grounds of Prestonfield House and the speeches which even featured a real live Dr Who. Yes – for real. Inspired!
The sun shone throughout bringing the summer vibes (accompanied by Chris on the piano) all the way.
This was a wedding we wouldn’t have wanted to miss and we’re so glad we didn’t have to. Thank you Nicola and Ian.
Alie & Niels xxx
A sun drenched, summer wedding at Edinburgh’s Dundas Castle is pretty magical at the best of times, but when you add into this the amazing post-lockdown wedding party, you can begin to feel the amazing celebration that was Megan and Shawn’s wedding.
Ravensheugh Log Cabin is one of those hidden gems of places… for starters its location is beyond perfect. For seconds you can make it entirely your own. And if you add in a little bit of Scottish sun you’ll quickly feel the holiday vibes.
A Mansfield Traquair wedding is blessed with one of the most incredible aisles in Edinburgh