The Signet Library was the perfect place to bring together family and friends from all over the world. For Lauren and Doug it was even more incredible than they imagined, with everyone they love celebrating with them on the most glorious sunny day. Edinburgh was showing off bigtime.
It’s the new Edinburgh wedding barn on the scene and we happen to think it’s a triumph. And let’s face it the same could be said for Fi and Dom’s wedding. Every part of this wedding day was just brill-i-ant. The atmosphere (slight haze from fire pits mixed with a wonderful fresh fog) was so special. Guests milled around the courtyard, laughing and clinking champagne flutes (and later frozen margarita from a margarita truck – who even knew that was a thing. But it should be from now on!)
The Caves was the perfect backdrop for Marianne and Matthew’s Edinburgh city centre wedding. This pair entertained their guests throughout the whole day, throwing in one or two surprise Scottish treats.
When you’ve already fallen in love with The Balmoral Hotel, why would you get married anywhere else?
“It’s a risk to love. What if it doesn’t work out?”
“Ah, but what if it does?”
Dundas Castle in winter, with a strong owl to guest ratio, is the stuff of fairytales
One sunny day in the middle of January, just before noon, we met Sarah and Nicholas outside Edinburgh’s City Chambers.
Mansfield Traquair looked the very picture of a lush winter wedding.
Edinburgh City Chambers, followed by Luckenbooths and then The Balmoral Hotel proved a perfect trio for a winter Edinburgh city centre wedding.