Part two of my end of April “double header” of weddings took me back to the fabulous setting of Kirknewton Stables, just outside Edinburgh, for Karen & Kris’ big day. I’d only ever shot one wedding here before but, that day was a very relaxed informal affair and a total joy to photograph, so no reason to believe that this was going to be any different…and I was right.
For me, having the whole day (bridal preparations aside) under one roof, so to speak, just makes everything that little more relaxed than having to shuttle from one place to another and, from a slightly selfish point of view :-), does generally allow just that bit more time for photography.
Karen & Kris, a big thank you for choosing me to shoot your fantastic day. Loved all the little personal touches that you put into the day such as all the individual cup cakes and the like, and thank you for going along with everything during your bride & groom “photo-shoot” session, even though me lying prostate on the ground must have looked a little crazy at times…but I was desperate to get those flowers into the foreground!
Here’s just a few of my own favourites which I hope you like – click on any image to enlarge.
Cast Of Thousands (well, a few suppliers who made the day possible at least :-))
Hair & Make-up: Karen’s sister
Wedding Dress: Moira Anketel (Mother of the Bride’s cousin)
Wedding Cake: Made by Karen
Ceremony & Reception: Kirknewton House Stables
Reception Dressing: By Karen
Flowers: Made by Mother of the Bride
Pianist: Sarah Holmes
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