I’m stoked to have had the pleasure to photograph John and Niamh’s wedding at Roscarrock farm, it has been a year since I worked at this stunning venue. Rosarrock is one of the oldest settled farms in Cornwall and is listed in the Domesday book, since these times it has only been farmed by 4 families dating back to the 14th century. It is available for exclusive hire with beautiful walled gardens and sea views, nestled in a quiet valley near Port Isaac in Cornwall.
I photographed Niamh’s brothers wedding at The Eden Project a few years back. He decided to surprise his sister with a family photoshoot for Christmas. After a failed attempt on a cold winter’s day with strong northerly winds back in February we re-scheduled the shoot and headed out to Crantock beach in early spring. I love the results. And you can see them here. At first meeting John asked me if I could shoot their wedding and I was so pleased I still had the date free as I knew this one would be a stunner!
The ceremony was held outdoors with distant sea views as a backdrop and a handcrafted wooden arch decorated with greens and seashells as a centrepiece. Niamh’s friend has done an awesome job decorating the rest of the venue with DIY materials. Homemade bunting mixed with seashells, hanging planters and I think they collected every single vintage glassware in Cornwall for the table’s centrepieces! There was a gorgeous ‘garden theme’ running through their decorations and the place looked stunning full of personal touches.
Ben from Woodfired Canteen cooked some delicious food on his BBQs and when I heard he will be the caterer for the day, it was just the tip of the iceberg. I love his food!!!
They were blessed with sunny weather and the Irish really know how to throw a party. As soon as the band started playing the dance floor was filled with madness.
Niamh and John, thanks for having me photograph your gorgeous wedding. What a corker of a day!
Here is your preview, I hope you enjoy it.