Katia & William’s Wedding, Abercorn Church followed by Hopetoun House, South Queensferry



What a wonderful wedding to be a part of – a gorgeous, balmy summer’s day…a lovely bride and groom, really great guests (brought together from 13 countries!)  and one of our most favourite venues to work in, it really didn’t feel like it was work, it was such an enjoyable day. Katia and William, you made it all happen so thank you for allowing us to be a small part of your celebrations and start of your new life…

 

We’re sometimes asked what we photograph during preparations… For us, it’s all in the details. We love creating moments of calmness before the rest of the day unfolds. It’s a chance to savour all the thought and planning that’s gone into your wedding day. Katia – we loved your colour scheme – it was just beautiful.

 

Katia's preparations

 

 

 

 

Katia at Abercorn Church

 

 

Katia & William at Hopetoun House

 

 

Katia & William at Hopetoun House

 

 

Katia & William at Hopetoun House

 

 

The food at Hopetoun House is always amazing – we love what Heritage Portfolio do. Yes – it did taste as good as it looks…

 

Food at Hopetoun House

 

We loved the flowers that Planet Flowers designed for Hopetoun House; especially the simplicity of eight glass vases of blooms all along the fireplace – it was really inspired…

 

The ballroom at Hopetoun House

One response to “Katia & William’s Wedding, Abercorn Church followed by Hopetoun House, South Queensferry”

  1. Maritza Bast & Fredy Ore says:

    Queridos Katia y William:

    Todo lucio perfecto para su gran dia, cada detalle cada lugar, ambos estan superfelices con el acontecimiento que sera para toda la vida. Felicitaciones otra vez. Dios los bendiga!

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