Real life Scottish wedding: Carlowrie Castle, by Edinburgh


Emily & Scott

A mini wedding adventure


Sometimes you just click with a bride and a groom… and Emily and Scott are those kind of people.

Emily is one of those girls that smiles with her whole self, and Scott is the nicest guy you could ever meet. Hang around these two for longer than 5 minutes and you’ll feel like you’ve known them forever. And then there’s Monty! Best. Dog. Enough said…

This wedding was filled with personal touches a-plenty and more than a little 50s chic…

Mr and Mrs Grant can we do it all again? You name the date and we’ll be there. Thank you for getting in touch all those months ago and for letting us be your wedding photographers.

Here’s a glimpse of your picture perfect wedding day.

#BigBlueSkyLove,

N & A xxx

 

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Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Wedding church - Dalmeny Kirk
Reception Venue - Carlowrie Castle
Make-up Artist - Natalie McKenzie Beauty
Wedding florist - Planet Flowers
Music - Ginny and the Tonic
Wedding band - Borrowed Blues

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