As it starts getting closer to your wedding day your going to want to check out some local talent in the way of wedding photographers in Cornwall. This is no mean feat and is going to take you a little patience and a bit of your time. You'll want to pick a couple of wedding fairs local to you and make sure you give yourself ample time to have a good chat to all your vendors as well as most importantly your wedding photographer.
Having been asked a few months ago whether one of my photos could be used in a Cornish bridal magazine I was taken back and of course jumped at the offer. When you can get some coverage in a magazine who wouldn't say yes! So I sent her over a printable copy of the photo she liked and boom! A couple of months later I received these bad boys in the post.
When approached by Kelly-anne so close to the wedding date I wasn't sure if I was going to be able to cover their wedding as it was the beginning of september and is usually a busy time of year. But luckily I had the date free and once she went over what she had planned for her wedding I felt so lucky that she had contacted me. She was having difficulty figuring out what package she would need for her wedding day and had found that a number of other photographers were unwilling to help her for her intimate wedding. So I had a good chat with her and we figured out an option to suit her and Mark's wedding day.
Having been contacted from a fellow photographer about a bride who was looking for a wedding photographer I jumped at the chance. It was only to be a small wedding with about 20 people, based in West Looe with the lovely views of the bay behind us.
I always love weddings in August and having never been to Bude before I jumped at the chance when an old work colleague messaged me about her daughter getting married and that she would be needing photography. The marriage took place in St Swithin's church which was pretty close to widemouth bay and Treyeo farm which is where the reception was held.