On Saturday Kiss Photography went to the beautiful area of St.Endellion and Port Quin beach to cover Lucy and Gareth’s wedding.
A very special wedding, Gareth is a farmer and this is his and Lucy’s home area. The wedding was all about their roots, their home and what they are all about. Fantastic milk churns adorned the church doorway filled with country flowers, tea lights in jars and natural wood hearts on the pew ends. The reception was at the farm in a gigantic marquee (well 450 people had been invited so it had to be large!) the whole of the Cornish farming community had been invited it seemed and it was just filled with lovely people and the day was all about fun.
The lads arrived at the church in a brand new tractor covered with bows and a crate of Doom Bar on board.
Lucy arrived in a friends vintage car organised by her lovely Dad and she looked amazing. We had only seen the couple two weeks ago as guests at another wedding, and it was so nice to see them again so soon at their own amazing day!
After a lovely service we nipped to the beach where we got the lads jumping off poles, balancing on rocks and generally kept it very light hearted. Lucy and the girls were up for a giggle too and wedding shoes were soon discarded and they were soon joining in!
The field was buzzing with wedding guests sipping welcome drinks and kids were climbing on the tractor, the girls and lads doing human pyramids, the fun had began. The guests dined buffet style to keep it wonderfully casual and friendly, then a couple of hours later piles of scones, fairy cakes, saffron buns and tea cakes were served as a high tea, a pop corn machine popped out cartons of pop corn, chocolate lollipops appeared for the young and old alike, and tea in vintage cups!
Before long the music started, the kiss photography photobooth opened and the fun began! the fancy dress prop box was well and truly put through its paces, and I am sure there will be various farm animals sporting feather boas around the St.Endellion area this week! Saying something along the lines of ” just a little something I picked up earlier on in the field!” look out for them!
A hog roast was served in a second marquee for the hungry dancers and we left the party in full swing, tents set up for the all night party people and the bride and groom enjoying a party that topped all parties!