Marianne & Matthew

Real Life Wedding: St Columba’s Free Church, followed by the Caves, Edinburgh

The Caves was the perfect backdrop for Marianne and Matthew’s Edinburgh city centre wedding. This pair entertained their guests throughout the whole day, throwing in one or two surprise Scottish treats along the way.

Spend even a few minutes with M and M (yes they are every bit as sweet!) and you’ll see how completely perfect they are together. Theirs is an easy, welcoming relationship filled with love and faith. Family is also hugely important to them both so this wedding was all about involving family members at every step of the way.

Thank you Marianne and Matthew for letting us be part of your celebrations and tell the story of your wedding. Something tells us you two are going to have so many great adventures together. And if your dance floor is anything to by you will enjoy every single minute of them.

Here’s a glimpse for now…


Alie & Niels xx


The Caves

The Caves is one of Edinburgh’s Unusual Wedding Venues. Truth be told it’s a bit of a hidden secret, so if you find yourself invited to a wedding here then you’ll want to say yes as you’re in for a party like no other. Tucked away, off the Cowgate, it’s a stone’s throw from the Royal Mile, so is perfect for a city centre wedding. And who isn’t going to be event a little bit impressed with an 18th century vault as a backdrop to your event?

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Wedding Venue - St Columbas Free Church
Ceremony Venue - St Giles Cathedral
Wedding Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Filmmaker - Stag & Doe
Wedding Band - Borrowed Blues
Pipe Band - Sticks 'n' Kicks

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