Real life Scottish wedding: The Signet Library, Edinburgh


Imogen & Tomasz

You’re the one that I wanted to find…


Signet Library weddings are always special. Firstly it’s the most stunning hidden venue (an actual library), right in the heart of Edinburgh. Secondly the team looking after you are top class (and then some).

Imogen and Tomasz’s wedding was special for those reasons and many more besides. It brought together friends and family from Poland as well as Scotland, uniting friends, family old and new. These two are clearly head-over-heels for each other; you can see from the way they look at each other and the way they just are together. And they also have the biggest of hearts for their nearest and dearest.

This was a wedding we loved being part of. Thank you Mr and Mrs B for making us feel so welcome. Here is a glimpse of some of the magical moments of your wedding day. We know that this is just the start of many more magical journeys ahead of you both.

#BigBlueSkyLove,
N & A xx

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Wedding Venue - The Signet Library
Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Make-up Artist - Lyn McKenzie
Florist - Planet Flowers
Caterer - Heritage Portfolio
Wedding Music - The Apollos

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