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Lottie & Archie

St Giles Cathedral followed by The Signet Library, Edinburgh


To know Lottie and Archie is to know how huge-hearted they are. Their whole wedding day was planned with friends and family in mind. The plan? That everyone had the time of their lives.

Their love story goes back to school days and you can just tell they’ve known each other forever. Together these two smile a little wider and hold a little tighter. And they are a joy to be around.

Of course their wedding had to have a literary theme and we loved how it all come together.

Lottie and Archie thank you for trusting us with this part of your story. We loved every minute of your wedding day and can’t wait to share it all. For now, a few highlights…

Big Blue Sky love,

Niels & Alie xxx

2 responses to “St Giles Cathedral followed by The Signet Library, Edinburgh”

  1. Helen Lawrenson says:

    Lovely photos, Lottie! . . . and I was thrilled to see Seamus Heaney flagged up there!

    It looks a lovely day. My love & best wishes for the future –

    Mrs. L.
    xxxxxx

  2. Jenny Levack says:

    Woohhooooo!!! LOVELY!! XXXX

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Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Filmmaker - Boda Productions
Ceremony Venue - St Giles Cathedral
Wedding Reception Venue - The Signet Library
Make-up Artist - Lyn Mackenzie
Florist - Rose Parks

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