A beautiful and sunny day gifted us the perfect setting for this wedding, to which I am always surprised because I have learned over the years never to trust the weatherman.
They got married at the beautiful Inn at Charlestown, just above a beautiful old harbour with the limekilns alongside. We met up for a coffee and had a good chat and I think we were all on the same page which is always a bonus. We then arranged to meet again at the venue and thought this would be a great opportunity for some pre wedding photos. Robyn had an idea in mind of using the surrounding woodland and Lee fancied somewhere down by the water, so of course we did both.
As you can imagine there were plenty of laughs during morning prep, a lot of which aimed at me but that was quite alright and that didn't stop there. Everyone was such great fun and totally up for the day ahead.
Thank you to you both for being so welcoming and allowing me to share in your special day!
After a lot of planning and lots of laughs everything was set for the big day. I am glad that they chose and trusted me with their big day as this was attempt number four due to venue cancellations and covid, it is one that I won't forget in a hurry.
It was great to work alongside videographer Will Forsyth.
Makeup by the wonderful Looks by Poppy, the bride was gorgeous!
Amy King Bridal & Beauty with the dress... Wow!
Keeping the groom and best man looking sharp was Kingdom Kilts.
And of course keeping the dancefloor busy were The Strides.