Bathed in Love

Emma & David

Real Life Wedding: Greyfriars Kirk, followed by Surgeon’s Quarter

What a treat to be part of Emma and David’s Edinburgh city centre wedding.

Through all their wedding planning this pair (and their families) put so much thought and planning into how to make this a fantastic wedding day for them and their guests. And what a day it was..

Greyfriars’ Kirk was truly magical, with the soprano and choir wowing everyone. Emma and David were blessed to have lots of talented family members help with music which made the ceremony even more special.

The truly epic confetti line lead onto jigging through the streets of Edinburgh, following Kyle the piper to a the wedding reception at the Surgeon’s Quarter. The sun came out to play and the vibe was wonderfully relaxed (spoiling your guests with champagne and ice cream is always a good idea!)

Thank you Emma and David for inviting us to tell your wedding story. We loved that you two literally did not take the smiles off your faces all day. We hope you always dance through life like that.

Here’s a teaser for now. Can’t wait to share all with you soon,

#Big Blue Sky Love,

Niels & Alie xx


Surgeons Quarter Weddings

Truth be told The Surgeon’s Hall in Edinburgh is more than just a venue – it’s also a piece of Edinburgh history. The architecture is stunning (which means you’re spoilt for choice for photographs) and although you’re in the heart of the city you feel like you’re tucked away in your own private courtyard.

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Ceremony Venue - Greyfriars Kirk
Reception Venue - Surgeon's Quarter
Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Florist - Save the Date Collective
Wedding Band - The White Doves

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