This blog post should have happened a long time ago! This Cornwall wedding ticked all the boxes for a perfect wedding. The location, the weather, the food, the amazing band (Firekind, the best I have heard to date) and everyone enjoying themselves to the max. It was all the good stuff rolled int one.
Emma and Ant’s Cornwall wedding is so good to look back on now we are in the middle of winter, quite therapeutic actually.
The day started at Rick Steins seafood restaurant which has some rooms above it which over look the harbour in Padstow. I got there a little early which meant I had to do the essential thing when one visits Cornwall; I got myself a pasty. It was a good start. I then headed up to the bridal prep and spent some time taking photos of the girls getting ready. The view over the harbour was stunning, a perfect backdrop to get ready.
The reception took place at Prideaux place, just 5 mins up the road, through the tiny little streets of Padstow, a lovely manor house with grounds for a marquee.
Emma, Ant and I zipped off for a little shoot down by the sea, ferried there in an amazing split screen VW camper. (That’s a vehicle I will forever regret selling for £600 when I was 20!!).
The day ended with brilliant entertainment and lots of dancing. I drove home late, feeling great and thinking, ‘I can’t wait to blog this wedding…’ It took a while, but here it is!
Hope you enjoy this perfect Cornwall wedding.
This was shot on the Canon 6d, using a 35mm 85mm and 17-40mm (for the dancefloor).
For most of the 2019 season I used Sony A7iii with a small selection of lenses. I loved the output of those cameras but I totally disliked using them! As a result they were carefully packed up and sent off to a new owner.