Monthly Archives: September 2013

Carbis Bay Hotel St.Ives

The Carbis Bay Hotel was a scene of elegance for Sophie and Tim’s wedding. The crisp whites the soft grey ribbons and the pretty cottage flowers. When Sophie appeared the picture completed. In a beautiful fitted lace dress, her hair swept up in a chignon, she looked incredible. Tom’s smiles throughout the service as he looked at her in awe, just said it all. What a lovely local wedding, so nice to see so many familiar faces from St.Ives, and everyone having a wonderful time. We went to the beach while the guests enjoyed canapés and fizz. And the empty private beach was at itsView full post »

Harbour hotel

On Saturday Kiss Photography were at The Harbour Hotel in St.Ives for Sarah and Chris’s wedding. There were so many details that I loved about this wedding I don’t quite know where to start. Sarah had gone above and beyond to create the perfect wedding, and she did. The service room at The Harbour Hotel looked incredible. Chairs were brought in that looked fab and the front rows had personalised ribbon tied tissues for “tears of joy”, this also let the all important parents/bridesmaids etc. know where to sit, which was a lovely touch. Sarah had made photo albums of herView full post »

Carbis Bay Hotel Wedding

There were many reasons to fall in love with Sam and Johns wedding. It could have been their smiles that lasted from the start of the day to the end of the night. It could have been how fantastic the Carbis Bay Hotel looked with the amazing seaside theme and incredible splash of vibrant colour. It could have been the lovely family and friends that attended their wedding day, or the fact Johns friends dressed up as bananas during the speeches and did the Harlem Shake. It could have been the huge amount of very cute babies and kids that were ALL so perfectly behaved. I think it was aView full post »

Trenython Manor hotel

We hadn’t met Helen and Kevan until their wedding day. Ricky had popped down and met with Helen’s lovely Mum Sue and had a quick tour of the church, a friends garden and a boat yard that led onto Pentewan beach. A plan was put in place and a chat with bride Helen on the phone and we were set to go! I loved the start of the day, it was just so very wonderfully Cornish. We popped into the village surf shop and picked up a key to the boat yard, so we could drive in as and when we needed to, we then drove to the church where all the neighbours had cleared their parking spaces forView full post »

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