What a special day, Louise and Dan have booked us to shoot their wedding next year. They contacted us recently to book in a family shoot as they were on holiday in Cornwall with parents, sisters, nephews and brothers. To make it extra special we met where Paul proposed, so after we had captured the whole family having fun on the beach we then took Natalie and Paul off for some photos of just the two of them on the very spot it all happened.

We loved our day with you guys and are very much looking forward to next year, your wedding day. We feel like we know you all already!

Yesterday we shot at one of our favourite venues The  St Ives Harbour Hotel.

Jen organises weddings for a living so it was a massive compliment to be booked by her. We arrived to a very calm wedding room, Andrea from Locks and Lashes was creating her magic on the hair and makeup was being done by The Harbour Spa team.

Everything was running on time, all was looking amazing, everybody stress free and this is how the day went, absolutely perfectly. (In fact even the registrar passed a comment on how she felt she was working with the dream team!)

Jen looked stunning and the boys and bridesmaids in navy looked so very sophisticated. The white and ivory flowers supplied by Wheal Sara in St.Ives set off the look perfectly. The room was dressed to perfection and as always Helen and her team had everything running on time and perfectly for the amazing wedding breakfast. Everybody managed to come to the beach for photos, which was so lovely, and a few braved the water.

An intimate family affair alongside very close friends, Jen and Nick planned the perfect day. Thank you so much for letting Kiss Photography be part of it all, we loved capturing your special wedding.

The amazing Polmanter Camp Site that just gets better and better unveiled their new indoor soft play area this summer. We loved going back their to get some action shots!

Anna and Tony what a day!

North Tamerton House for the bridal preparation just blew me away. An old rectory restored to perfection, immaculate gardens and the perfect back drop for wedding detail shots. On the manicured lawns stood a marquee, the wedding reception venue. Outside the house stood two shires and a carriage. A dream wedding was about to take place and I loved every moment of being part of this and documenting it all.

Anna, probably the most chilled out bride I have ever come across, it was a pleasure to be in her company, what a lovely lady!

I enjoyed the emotion ( the unexpected arrival of the chief bridesmaid) the frantic preparations ( hair and make up being done, alongside nails, all at the same time) I loved the bridesmaids and just how lovely the were. I would like to thank the hairdresser/family member for the lift to the church, even though he had to steal the brides car to get me there on time. To sum up the morning; I loved it all!

Tetcott church was not what I was expecting, set in rolling fields with a pond, it was stunning. A perfect backdrop.

Anna made her entrance looking beautiful and Tony was so happy to be at her side. Given away by her lovely Mum, it couldn’t have been better.

We got some gorgeous photos of this lovely pair, while the guest sipped Pimms and ate pasties back at the marquee.

Anna and Tony wanted a country feel wedding, the jugs of wild flowers on the tables set the scene beautifully. The home cooked food was delightful, the help yourself main course table, drinks and dessert table and the vintage china was just perfect to create the feeling of a big family party chilled out and happy. It was just fab. The sun shone down on the gathering and it couldn’t have been more more perfect.

Anna and Tony we wish you a lifetime of happiness, being part of your day was amazing and the support from your family and friends just shows how dedicated everyone is to making you both happy. Thank you for letting us share a very special day.

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