One Big Family


Ruth & Alastair

The Rhynd


All weddings are super special for us… but when you’ve known the bride, her sister, her best pal and her parents for a few years (shhh – we’re not saying just how many) then you can imagine how much we were looking forward to Ruth and Alastair’s wedding.

From the beginning these two have been the last word on chilled. And their wedding was perfectly them – relaxed, brimming with love and with so many laughs and giggles along the way.

Mr and Mrs Watkins you two make us smile from ear to ear. You are totally made for each other and we are so chuffed that you allowed us tell the story of your wedding day.

When it comes to highlights we literally didn’t know where to start – the whole wedding day was one big highlight. But for now, here’s a (tiny!) taste of how we saw your day…

Big Blue Sky love,

N&A x

2 responses to “The Rhynd”

  1. Mette says:

    beautiful wedding, beautiful photographs and beautiful people… it was a pleasure being involved xxx

  2. Niels Calvert says:

    And a beautiful, beautiful dress – Ruth looked a billion dollars! Loving your work Mette. x

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Church - Kemback Church
Wedding venue - The Rhynd
Dress Designer - Freya Designer Dressmaking
Make-up - Eye Candy Scotland
Hairdresser - Spoiled Hairdressing
Florist - Amy Annand
Filmaker - Michael Wescott
Wedding Caterer - Patrick Gilmour
Band - Callanish

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