Having met up with Nick I then headed over to see Alex and her bridesmaids who were getting ready at her Grandfather’s house with a beautiful view over the creek and right next door to the well known Pandora Inn – beautiful. The warmth with which I was greeted by both Nick and Alex told me this was going to be a fun day. The ceremony took place at St Mylor Church – the same church that Alex’s parents got married – it has the most beautiful location (see the image below) and it really was a wonderful ceremony topped off with the old tradition of being greeted by a chimney sweep on exiting the church (a sign of good luck!).
After the church we headed off to a secluded beach for some portraits before heading up to the reception. Restronguet Barton Farm has the most amazing setting overlooking Restronguet Creek providing the perfect backdrop to a beautiful summer’s afternoon.
The day was, quite simply, full of love & laughter, tears & smiles and utter joy from start to finish. It was an honour to spend the day with them all.
I could go on. Easily. But i’ll let the images tell you the rest.
Oh – Look out for the spectacular effort at the champagne sabrage….! (it didn’t go exactly to plan….).
Wedding at Restronguet Barton Farm – Tom Weller Photography