Mr and Mrs Chris Porter… just typing that makes us grin from ear-to-ear.
Being a part of your wedding celebrations has been a total joy from the first time we met you. We loved how you created your day and how much thought you put into it all… and how much trust you placed in us. Being a wedding photographer is an incredible privilege, but even more so, being involved intimately in two families lives is such a special thing. Thank you for letting us be a part of your day.
Most of all thank you for being so ace to be with – it felt as though we were hanging out with friends from beginning to end.
We’ve struggled to create ‘highlights’ only as there were so many, but here’s a taste for now…
Megan, a friend of Christina’s, created a beautiful illustration of her dress for her. So personal and special. Check out her bridal illustrations website for more of her work.
And then Niels caught up with Chris and the boys at Hopetoun…
It was so exciting to see how all the details came together. Christina trusted Planet Flowers 110% to ‘do their thing’ and what an awesome job they did.
Emma you were a star!
The rain of the morning cleared, which gave us the chance for Christina to don her wedding wellies so we could head out towards the fountain at the back of Hopetoun.
All the details, from the wedding cake by Liggy’s through to the teacups (by friends of this fab pair who clearly are very popular!!!) worked so well alongside Planet Flowers’ styling. The ballroom at Hopetoun looked chic.
Lindsay and Warren’s wedding at Linlithgow, followed by the Kimpton Hotel Charlotte Square was one of those weddings where everyone was made to feel 100% part of it and where no one wanted to leave
Drumtochty Castle weddings… if you want to get married in a Scottish Glen could you really find anywhere else so picture perfect? Frances and Iain’s Scottish wedding was simply beautiful from start to finish…
Living and running a photography studio in the busy city that is Edinburgh, I sometimes forget that it’s a city that changes peoples lives. People arrive as individuals and leave as husband and wife and as wedding photographers we’re so privileged to be part of that journey.