Lauren & Graeme’s Wedding, Bo’ness Old Kirk, followed by The Doubletree Dunblane Hydro



We were so excited about coming back from Australia for this wedding. Lauren is a very special lady and has helped make lots of other people’s wedding dreams come true so you can imagine how chuffed we were to be a part of hers and Graeme’s day.

 

And what a day it was. Planned to perfection, styled with elegance and packed with tons of love and laughs.

 

Lauren and Graeme – thanks for just being off the scale fab. Thanks for just going with our ideas and for dropping us that email all those months ago.

 

This is “the one with Lauren & Graeme”

 

N&A xx

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceremony  – Bo’ness Old Kirk
Venue – Dunblane Hydro Hotel
Photographer – Blue Sky Photography
Lauren’s dress – La Novia
Bridesmaid’s Dresses – The Dessy Group
Florist – Astrantia Floral Passion
Wedding Filmmaker – Final Cut Productions
DJ – Stuart Easton
Band – Rerr Terr

One response to “Lauren & Graeme’s Wedding, Bo’ness Old Kirk, followed by The Doubletree Dunblane Hydro”

  1. Heritage Portfolio says:

    Lovely to see these pictures of our old work colleague; beautifully captured as ever team Blue Sky!

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