We arrived at the brides Mum’s house on bank holiday Monday and couldn’t have had a warmer welcome. It was a total pleasure to photograph this wedding and spend the day with this amazing pair.
Leanne, the bride, was surrounded by her nieces and cousin’s and Mum while she had her hair and make up done. Natasha Flower, it was lovely to work with you once again, and everyone looked beautiful.
Leanne had just one request for the photographs of bridal prep and that was to capture the cats, Paddy and Molly. I didn’t need asking twice and soon made two furry friends.
Leanne is a veterinary nurse and her bridesmaids wore bottle green, a little nod to her career path that she is so proud of. Her flowers were sunflowers, and I think it was the perfect flower to sum up her personality, shes just so happy and funny and lovely, all the time.
Rosewarne manor was the venue for the service and the wedding reception. Leanne and her groom Justin smiled and giggled their way through their vows, and it totally just summed up this fun loving pair. Leanne looked beautiful in a full skirted corseted dress and Justin very smart with very groovy socks!
We used this venues amazing garden for a lot of our photographs, the buttercups peaking through were just perfect for the look we wanted and then we sped to Godrevy lighthouse in the early evening when the sun was at it’s best. We love the results. I had caught a glimpse earlier on at Rosewarne of Justine twirling Leanne around. When we reached the pathway at Godrevy I asked if he could do it again as I wanted that photo. This fun couple took this as an opportunity to have a full on practice of their first dance, a Rumba. The surfers heading home at the end of a long day on the waves were treated to a very impromptu dance, and once again it was smiles all round.
The food was amazing, the casino tables such a hit with the guests, the party went on until late at night and we were there to capture it all.
Thank you so much Leanne and Justin for being such a pleasure to spend the day with, and your lovely families for embracing us for the full 12 hours and still smiling for the camera gone 11pm, total superstars!