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Philippa & Tom

Real Life Wedding: Canongate Kirk, followed by Barnbougle Castle


There are not enough words to describe how much fun this Barnbougle Castle wedding was. For anyone that knows Philippa and Tom they know that these two are the perfect match and they know how to party. Scroll down for a look at the dancefloor of dancefloors.

From the outset we knew this was going to be a wedding filled with lots of love, personal touches and one or two animals ???? ????

And that was before we knew about the smoke bombs on Calton Hill… (which team bride also did in the rain – impressive stuff)

Phillipa and Tom thank you so much for picking us to be your wedding photographers. We would do it all over again in a heartbeat – just name the date.

For now, here’s a teaser… can’t wait to share them all with you. Be warned  – we love all of your photographs as we had a lot of fodder to work with!

#BigBlueSkyLove,

Alie & Niels xx

 

"One of our favourite moments of the day was walking into dinner and everyone waving their napkins above their head."


Philippa & Tom

Barnbougle Castle Weddings

Barnbougle Castle weddings are the kind of parties you want to be on the guestlist for. Trust us when we say you’ll be blown away by the location. You’ll also feel as though you’re in the know of one of Edinburgh’s best kept secrets ????

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Wedding Venue - Barnbougle Castle
Ceremony Venue - Canongate Kirk
Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Florist - Snap Dragon
Wedding Caterer - Wild Thyme Catering
Stationary - Magenta Ink
Coaches - Charlie Irons
Wedding Band - Callanish

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