A few months back on a drizzly morning, I was in Falmouth on my way to the pre-ceremony preparations of a small Cornish wedding. One of the reasons I love shooting these types of weddings is the personal relationship you get to build with both the bride and groom. There are less distractions and it can be easier to stay ahead of the days events.
The rugby world cup England v New Zealand was on the TV during prep and definitely added an additional element of excitement to the beginning of the day. Getting the shots I needed, I made sure my presence was as unobtrusive as possible, with little input when documenting moments for the most natural candids.
The weather may have been dull, but personalities certainly were not! The whole day was full of laughs and the atmosphere buzzing.
While Kelly and the bridal party prepared for their entrance, I was busy capturing the nervous expressions of the groom as he awaited Kelly’s arrival. It was a cozy venue with a warming atmosphere and the staff were friendly & helpful.
After the wonderful ceremony, we made our way outside for the confetti throwing, a few quick shots of the group and off we scurried as quickly as possible to the cars. Despite the weather, moods were not dampened and everyone made their way to the Victoria Inn for drinks and food.
"Oh wow, they're lovely, love them!!! Thank you darling, you've done a fab job!" Kelly Costello
It was a pleasure to be chosen to photograph Kelly and Trevellyan's wedding day, it was so much fun and I loved every minute of it. Below are some more shots from the day. Enjoy!
I hope you like the images as much as I do.
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Destination: Cornwall | Venue: Dalvenie House, Truro | Date: 26.10.2019