2959 Days... and counting


Justine & Ashley

Archerfield House, East Lothian


From the first email we knew that this was one wedding that was going to be planned by perfection. A Scottish wedding, planned between Aberdeen and Dubai by one of our most organised brides – could it be anything else?

To meet Justine and Ashley you’ll quickly see how well they work together and how much they love their friends and family.

It helps that the cross over between friends and family is so tight that it’s hard to tell which is which.

Mr and Mrs Anderson you two lived your wedding day perfectly: you laughed, you cried and most of all you had an absolute ball.

Thank you for letting us be part of it and for being up for climbing those rocks (even in the most epic heels) Here’s a taster of your wedding…

Big Blue Sky love,

N & A xxx

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Church - Direlton Kirk
Reception Venue - Archerfield House
Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Filmmaker - Cherry Tree Films
Florist and Event Stylist - Jordana Events
Band - Sneaky Treacle

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