When planning their wedding day, Anna and Sam threw away the rule book and removed the worries of standard wedding traditions; keeping their day relaxed and stressfree. For them it was important to celebrate and share things that were important to them as a couple – good food, drink, and ceilidh – a nod to their uni days together in Edinburgh.
With a sunshine deckchair fabric aisle, two gallery venues, colourful paper crane wedding decor and a gin garden party reception – their day was stylish, modern, and fun!
Over to the couple to tell us more…
We met in our first year at Edinburgh University – we lived on the same floor in student halls. We didn’t actually start dating until I moved down to London to do my Masters though, and met Sam for an exceptionally boozy night in a largely empty cocktail bar.
Ten years later, Sam popped the question on a Sunday morning whilst we were on the sofa absent-mindedly watching ‘Steve Bagshaw’s deadly 60’. As I said yes, Steve was chasing an Aardvark. It was exactly the kind of unfussy proposal I’d wanted – left to his own devices, Sam would have come up with something a lot more elaborate.