Can you feel the love?


Bex & Ali

Archerfield House, East Lothian


Some of our clients plan their weddings in a matter of months. You need to be decisive and focused on what’s important and what’s not; it can be done.

Bex and Ali planned their wedding in the space of 3 days. 3 whole days (and nights) This was a first for us.

They did it because they wanted it to be a celebration which Bex’s Dad George was part of. They did it for the most important reason of all – love.

And it was love that bound the wedding together. The love of family and friends and everyone helping out. It was incredible. Not only was it a day filled with so much togetherness, but it was so beautiful that even the weather played it’s very best hand.

Bex and Ali we’re so glad we could be part of your wedding day. It was super special for so many reasons, but most of all because you get that this love thing is bigger than you two. It’s about all your family and friends who support you as a couple and everyone who’s brought you to this stage.

Here’s highlights of a day which was overloaded with highlights. See you two soon.

Big Blue Sky love,

N & A xxx

P.S. It has to be said none of this wedding could have been planned without Lyndsay: bridesmaid and wedding planner like none other, who pulled the wedding together out of her incredible little black book. Just wow. X

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Church - Longniddry Parish Church
Reception Venue - Archerfield House
Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Florist - Planet Flowers

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