Horses, swords
and a whole lot of love


Janette & Ingolf

Drumtochty Castle Wedding


Even before we met Janette and Ingolf we had more than an inkling their wedding day was going to knock our little socks off. The fact that one of their friends took special horse riding lessons so they could enact a sword giving ceremony in front of the castle gives you a hint of how much fun these two are.

Their wedding day was a celebration: a celebration of love, friendship and of all things good in life. We were rather privileged to be part of it all.

Mr and Mrs Hovik we think of your wedding day and simply smile. Fun doesn’t seem a big enough word. Thank you for letting us be your wedding photographers.

Big Blue Sky Love,
N&A xx

2 responses to “Drumtochty Castle Wedding”

  1. Ingolf Høvik says:

    Wow! Amazing photos. Thank you so much, you have managed to capture all the emotions of the day. You guys were so great, so willing to go along with all our little quirks. Looking forward to seeing all the pics. We are so happy with what we have seen so far. Janette and Ingolf.

    • Alie Calvert says:

      You are so welcome. We had such a ball with you two and your lovely friends and family. Thank you for making us feel so at home with you all, N&Axx

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Venue - Drumtochty Castle
Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Florist - Nicky Walker
Band - Bahookie

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