When you’re planning your wedding from the other side of the world it takes a little bit of organisation and a whole lot of trust. Nicola and Dougie planned their wedding from Syndey (in between a fair bit of international travel) and they are the most chilled and down-to-earth couple imaginable.
Nic and Dougie it has been great getting to know you two – you are absolutely made for each other and have a great gift at making everyone else around you feel so relaxed. Clearly your family and friends had an absolute ball with you on your wedding day.
Here’s a sneaky preview of your day. Hope you’re having an amazing honeymoon!
Nicola & Dougie celebrated their wedding, with a little bit of help from:
Ceremony Venue – Holy Trinity Church, St Andrews
Reception Venue – Rufflets Hotel
Nicola’s Wedding Shoes – Peeptoe Shoes, Australia
Photographer – Blue Sky Photography
Videographer – Lee Richardson
Hair & Make-up Artist – Made-Up
Florist – Planet Flowers
Wedding Cake – Fisher & Donaldson
Band – Velour Amour
Lindsay and Warren’s wedding at Linlithgow, followed by the Kimpton Hotel Charlotte Square was one of those weddings where everyone was made to feel 100% part of it and where no one wanted to leave
Drumtochty Castle weddings… if you want to get married in a Scottish Glen could you really find anywhere else so picture perfect? Frances and Iain’s Scottish wedding was simply beautiful from start to finish…
Living and running a photography studio in the busy city that is Edinburgh, I sometimes forget that it’s a city that changes peoples lives. People arrive as individuals and leave as husband and wife and as wedding photographers we’re so privileged to be part of that journey.