Category Archives: Weddings

Jenna & Dan’s wedding at Drumtochty Castle, Aberdeenshire

We are always happy when our wedding travels take us to this part of Aberdeenshire. With its enveloping woods, quaint church and magical castle, there’s something so very special about Drumtochty Glen. From the clay pigeon shooting in the morning to the bouncing dancefloor at night, Jenna & Dan’s wedding was full of fun, laughter, love […]

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Jillian & Steve’s wedding at The Walled Garden at Strathtyrum, St Andrews

Please excuse the blogging hiatus, we’re at the “whoa, where did the summer go?!” stage of wedding season. This happens every year, and yet somehow takes us a little by surprise each time! On the plus side, this means that we’ve got a ton of photos to share with you and we are very excited […]

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Sarah & Bruce’s wedding at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Scotland

Where to even begin with how much we loved being part of Sarah and Bruce’s wedding?! Not only did it take place in one of our most favourite places in Edinburgh – the ever beautiful Botanics – but the sun shone all day, the laughter flowed and the good times rolled right through until nighttime. […]

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Kirsty & Fraser’s wedding at Hopetoun House, South Queensferry, Scotland

Kirsty and Fraser are one of those couples who you meet and instantly wish you could hang out with more – you can just tell that fun times follow wherever they go. From friends flying in from New York to join them to the littlest guests who looked so proud to be part of the […]

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Sophie & James’ wedding at St Mary’s Metropolitan Cathedral & Signet Library, Edinburgh, Scotland

Sophie and James live in Dubai, have more than enough sunshine already in their lives, and were hoping for a typically Scottish summer’s day for their wedding. And Scotland was more than happy to deliver! After their ceremony at St Mary’s Metropolitan Cathedral we got to introduce them to some of our favourite spots in Edinburgh’s Old Town. And, of […]

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