Emma and Lee tied the knot with a festive winter wedding at Tredudwell Manor in Cornwall. This stunning venue was on my bucket list for a while and I’m pleased that I finally had the opportunity to shoot a wedding there. The stunning Queen Anne Manor house dated 1705 was entirely renovated keeping most of it’s features. With acres of land and views over cornish hills it is a hidden gem on the beautiful south coast not far from Looe.
It was an overcast day and drizzled on the way there and I was slightly worried about the lack of light this time of year especially on a rainy day, but the rain stopped just after the ceremony and we could venture outside for some photos. While the guests kept busy drinking Gin from the mobile Gin bar. The styling was kept simple with green leaves, pine cones and recycled Gin bottles as candle holders and centrepieces.
The couples son Seb kept entertaining everyone with his unique charm. During the ceremony he thought it was his job providing his parents with chocolates given to him by grandma and later in the day he even had his part to say or ‘sing’ in the speeches!
Thanks to the steady flow of alcohol the dance floor filled up soon and I’m sure one of the bridesmaids didn’t remember all that much the next day ;-)
Emma and Lee, thanks again for having me photograph your truly wonderful day. Here is a small collection for you. I hope you like the images as much as I do and I’m pleased to tell you your USB is in the post to arrive in time for Christmas x