Summer of Love

Wow, what a Summer it's been and just before I pop out to soak in the last rays of the Bank Holiday weekend, I wanted to post a glimpse of what we've been lucky enough to see and capture over the last three months.

I also wanted to say the biggest thank you to all the couples who have entrusted and invited us to be part of your day.  We never forget what a privilege it is and we are so grateful for the way you welcome us so warmly into your amazing fold of family and friends, thank you.

I know we are not the quickest when it comes to editing your images and videos and we really appreciate your patience.  Since moving to Cornwall, the extra driving does often mean every wedding effectively takes 3 days out of our working week, leaving us very little time to get on top of the edits during the busy months.  But please know we are doing our best without compromising on the quality so that we can give you something that can be treasured for generations to come. 

For now, here's a little snippet of what the last three months have looked like for us.

Boconnoc House, Cornwall Wedding

We were lucky enough to get to known Rachael and Wes when we met them at Chris and Elly's awesome wedding in Portugal the previous year.  If that wedding was anything to go by, we knew these guys know how to celebrate and PARTY, so we couldn't wait to see them all again.  It was also a rare treat to be shooting locally at Boconnoc House, a gorgeous stunning country estate in South East Cornwall. 

Wes and Rachael's wedding is featured in the current issue of WED magazine where she says how she noticed Wes immediately when their paths first crossed.  It was the same for Wes too, and you can hear more about that in the little video of their special day below.


Jewish & Jamaican Fusion Wedding

Karla-Jayne and Joel met in Rio just over three years ago and had a mere three weeks to get to know each other, before Joel headed back to NYC and Karla-Jayne had to return to London.  They knew immediately though that they had something special, so spent the next two years trying to make sure they were somehow and in some way in the same country together for as long as possible to make it happen.   And it has happened.

"The Biggest Jew-Maican Wedding of the century" is how they described their day to us when we chatted over Skype in the lead up to their big day, and what a party combination that was!

Here's a glimpse of what we saw.