Gemma and Chris’ wedding was such a special one for so, so many reasons… so many people who helped the day to come together have known Gemma since a very young age so it meant heaps to see them involved. Just a few tears were shed as Gemma and her Dad walked up the aisle.
We knew we were in for a world of complete loveliness and major attention to detail with Gemma and Chris’ wedding. Gemma is one super talented lady, as anyone who knows her would tell you (and those who’ve seen her many and varied creations will echo this)
For us, the word that sums up Gemma and Chris’ wedding above all others, is ‘together’. From all the team at Planet Flowers who worked alongside Gemma to help her vision come to life, to the teams at Hopetoun House and Heritage Portfolio who were so delighted to be involved in their day… but even more than that to the togetherness of Gemma and Chris. They are a top couple and fit together so well and make the perfect team.
Team Bain you know we think you two are a huge bundle of fabiness… thank you for letting us be part of your wedding. We loved every second.
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See you soon, big Blue Sky love always,
Niels was also very chuffed as Gemma made something for Niels to wear as well – love it!
The ceremony was lovely and intimate and we loved the signing table, which Gemma and Chris had covered together with lots of individual leaves – stunning. And seriously – how lovely are these pumpkins? (each one grown by Rachel).
After the ceremony guests were welcomed into the Carriage Room for a little glass of something and some lovely canapes
Wow! How much fun did we have creating this blog post… and the exciting thing is that there’s a Part 2 coming soon…
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Scottish wedding in East Lothian