Real Life Scottish wedding: Dalmeny Kirk, South Queensferry


Emily & Cammy

You two were meant to be


Dalmeny Kirk was the perfect setting for this 2020 wedding.

This is the only the second wedding we’ve photographed this year where the date didn’t change. This fabulous pair were planning to get married in 2020 and get married they did. And being honest, they couldn’t have created a more perfect day.

To say Alie and I had been holding out for this wedding would be an understatement…  Emily and Cammy you know how much we adore you (and your families). You two are so clearly meant to be. The world is, without question, a lighter, brighter and more brilliant place for you two being in it.

What an incredible celebration of love we were humbled to be a part of; one where huge love and deep faith intertwined. And yes there were tears (Niels in particular)

Thank you, thank you, thank you for letting us be your wedding photographers. And that enormous party next year? We’ll be there with bells on (perhaps literally if we can find any!!!)

#BigBlueSkyLove

Niels & Alie  xxx

One response to “You two were meant to be”

  1. Jill Price says:

    Absolutely gorgeous photographs of a most gorgeous couple. Emily and Cammy were 100% meant to be.

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Wedding Ceremony - Dalmeny Kirk
Wedding Venue - The Dunstane Houses
Wedding photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Wedding Gown - Rachel Scott Couture
Florist - Planet Flowers

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