You Bring the Party

Megan & Matthew

Real Life Wedding: Rosebery House and Rosebery Steading

Holding your wedding celebrations across Rosebery House and  Rosebery Steading is a little bit like being let loose with all of your family and friends on your own private country estate. It literally has everything, including the most picturesque little chapel in the grounds. 

For Megan and Mat, Rosebery ticked all the boxes. The love story of this pair began way back when they were 16 and going to the same parties. So it seems fitting they their wedding day was the best party of all. Highlights for them were the ceremony in the Chapel (with Grandma Pat’s advice), walking in the gardens hand in hand and driving to the reception (through clouds of confetti – lush)

Megan and Mat you two are incredible! Your combined energy is infectious and we would happily hang out with you two anytime. We’ve also never been at a wedding where the dancing started in earnest during the drinks reception and kept going at that level well into the evening celebration. Your guests were 100% raring to go all day and you two definitely brought the party.

We love that you two squeeze every last drop out of life and believe wholeheartedly that life is an adventure. Thank you for picking us to be your wedding photographers.  You have forever to go and something tells us your forever is going to be pretty incredible.

So, so many highlights. For now here’s a teaser…


Alie & Niels xx


Rosebery Steading Weddings

Rosebery Steading weddings may be the best thing since… well since barn venues became a thing. Although make no mistake this is a special kind of steading development. You’ll find no sawdust, or uneven floors here. Rosebery is the last word in sublime. If you’re looking for the kind of Edinburgh venue that creates the party everyone will be talking about all year then you may just have found it…

Rosebery House (conveniently just across the road from Rosebery Steading)  is next level lush. The rooms, the gardens, not to mention the chapel, are exquisite and we challenge you not to fall in love with every inch of the place. We have.

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Wedding Venue - Rosebery Steading
Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Filmmaker - Pin Drop Wedding Films
Make-up - Laura Gollan
Hair Stylist - Chris Dixon
Wedding Dress - Rachel Scott Couture
Florist - Petal Shoppe
Wedding Caterer - Wild Thyme
Wedding Cake - Caked by Catherine
Wedding Band - Carlyle

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