"You don't spell love... you feel it"


Lindsay & Warren

St Michael’s Linlithgow, followed by the Kimpton, Edinburgh


Weddings for us all about telling the story of two people saying ‘I do’ surrounded by their closest family and friends. What could be more special for us when two of our friends are married and we’re invited to be photographers. Woah!

Knowing Lindsay and Warren we were so looking forward to meeting their favourite people. They were everything they said they’d be and more – one seriously top wedding crowd.

And the added bonus was that we didn’t have to leave the party (which incidentally was the best kind of party – plenty of 80s and a good helping of Frank – we were in music alchemy!)

Lindsay and Warren, we love spending time with you. Hanging out is with you is nothing short of a treat and it’s always fun and laughter-filled.

We cannot wait to see what incredible adventures lie ahead of you in the days and months and years to come…

#BigBlueSkyLove always,

N & A xxx

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Wedding service - St Michael's Church, Linlithgow
Wedding reception - The Kimpton, Charlotte Squarew, Edinburgh
Wedding photography - Blue Sky Photography, Edinburgh
Wedding Cake - Waitrose & Partners
Wedding florist - Snapdragon Edinburgh

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