Good times never seemed so good

Amy & James

Real Life Wedding: Aberlady Parish Church, followed by Archerfield House and Waterfront

Archerfield House and Waterfront was the perfect venue for Amy and James’ wedding celebrations. We met this pair way back in Spring and knew instantly we were going to have a blast with them. The fact that they both have smiles that could light up any room, and they don’t take themselves too seriously, makes them a lot of fun to hang out with. Family and friends clearly mean everything to them, with Granny Diana a much loved guest of honour.

There were so many special moments from the post rain confetti line, to the soft sounds of jazz on the lawn.  The atmosphere was ecstatic when Amy and James entered the waterfront, with James leading the Waterfront in a  classic rendition of “Sweet Caroline.” That epic entrance definitely set the tone of the rest of the evening (and for a dance floor that was jam-packed all night long).

Thank you A and J for being so up for making your wedding day a whole lot of fun. Good times for everyone without a doubt. Please keep on singing James!

Here’s a taster of your wonderful wedding day. Looking forward to catching up and sharing more with you soon.


Alie & Niels xx


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Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Filmmaker - Bowery Productions
Church - Aberlady Parish Church
Venue - Archerfield
Florist - Planet Flowers
Make-up Artist - Rae Mathieson
Band - The Rays
Fireworks - 21cc

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