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Entries in Cornwall Wedding (6)


Cornwall Wedding Photography, Stacey & Stephen, Tregenna Castle Hotel

Tregenna Castle Hotel Wedding Photography

Stacey and Stephen were married in St Ives, Cornwall at the fabulous Treganna House Hotel. Treganna sits above St Ives and has stunning views of the town and surrounding coast.

Stacey and Stephen were married in St Ives, Cornwall at the fabulous Tregenna House Hotel. Tregenna sits above St Ives and has stunning views of the town and surrounding coast.


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Cornwall Pre Wedding Photography, Stacey & Stephen, St Ives

Treganna Castle Wedding Photography

Stacey and Stephen's wedding was in Cornwall so we agreed that it would be lovely to do the pre wedding shoot on the beach down in St Ives on the day before the wedding. They bought their nephew along for a few shots too:

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Cornwall Wedding Photography, Fuzz & Cress' Wedding day at Polhawn Fort

I had the great pleasure of photographing Fuzz and Cress' wedding day at Polhawn Fort near Cawsands in Cornwall. Polhawn Fort is a fabulous wedding venue situated right on the Cornish coast overlooking it's very own private beach. The views are are spectacular!

The Wedding took place in the gardens under the gazebo, there was a bit of a glitch with the music so "Kev" who happened to have a guitar in the car stepped up and played during the ceremony.

Cress looked stunning and was happy to get her shoes off and head off to the the beach for some champagne, a paddle and a few shots... wow what a way to spend the day!

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Catherine & Grant's Wedding Photography, Pencarrow House, Cornwall

Catherine & Grant chose Valentine's day for their Wedding Day, and as both originate from Cornwall they decided to go home for their Wedding.

Having visited Pencarrow House on the Saturday afternoon and seen the spectacular grounds I couldn't wait to get started. The weather had been a slight concern, we had shot the engagement pictures on the Saturday at Perranporth and whilst the rain had held off it was pretty cold and windy. We needn't have worried, Sunday was a beautiful day!

I arrived at Cat's parents house to do the Bridal preparation shots in the morning and it was like a summers day. Catherine and her bridesmaids looked gorgeous and I knew we'd get some fantastic shots!

My thanks go to Cat and Grant and both their families (particularly Harry!) for making it such a beautiful day.





Cat and Grant's Engagement Shoot at Perranporth Beach, Cornwall

I had the very great pleasure of spending the Valentines Day Weekend in Cornwall. Cat and Grant were getting married on Valentines Day at Pencarrow House near Bodmin and we had arranged to do an Engagement shoot on the beach at Perranporth on the Saturday. I drove down from Hampshire on Saturday morning and met up after lunch. It was overcast and freezing but we had a great time, Cat and Grant were very relaxed and soon became accustomed to having their picture taken! 

Here's a small selection of the pictures from the day, I'm currently working on the wedding pictures so look out for those in the next few days too.

Forgot to mention the car! They had booked an Aston Martin DB6 for the wedding which we went to pick up after the shoot so I felt I had to include one shot.

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Elaine and Kye's Wedding Photography, Carbis Bay, St Ives, Cornwall

What a difference a couple of weeks makes! On the 7th of February I was photographing a Wedding in Arctic like conditions and here we are on the 21st and it's like a summers day!

I was lucky enough to be booked for the full day for Elaine and Kye's wedding, and due to the distances involved, (St Ives in Cornwall) I went down on the previous day. When I arrived Kye and the groomsmen were off surfing so I tagged along to get some shots.

The Ceremony wasn't till 4:00 pm so I was a little concerned about the failing evening light and having enough time to go for a walk with the Bride & Groom. After talking things through at the planning meeting we decided we would go for a walk immediately after the ceremony, do the big group shot first and then move indoors and use the studio lights for the all of the family shots.

I was delighted with the results and had an absolutely fantastic two days!

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