A Farm Wedding in St Veep
Last month I had the pleasure of photographing Ross and Heather’s farm wedding celebration in St Veep near Lostwithiel in Cornwall.
The couple had travelled from East Dulwich in London to Cornwall to celebrate their marriage with their family and friends, having tied the knot legally a few months ago.
All the wedding guests sat on blanket covered hay bales to watch the happy couple recite their vows underneath a flower covered arch, in an informal sand ceremony conducted by local celebrant Jeremy Eden.
Heather wore a beautiful sequin embellished knee length dress, with blue sandals and had country flowers woven through her hair.
Her wedding flowers consisted of a bouquet of Fall Phlox, Hoary Stock, Scabiosa Comosa and Canterbury Bells (to name just a few), which were carefully put together by Country Flowers in Bodmin.
Ross looked smart in a blue two piece suit, a white shirt and brown shoes.
After the ceremony, all the wedding guests enjoyed drinks, garden games and an ice-cream (or two!) from the Devon Vintage Ice-cream Van.
Ross and Heather’s couple time shoot was taken shortly after the wedding blessing at nearby Penpoll Creek, which is a tributary of the River Fowey and lies between the parishes of St Veep and Lanteglos-by-Fowey. Here we were able to make the most of this pretty little place and take pictures down by the creek and on the bridge.
In the late afternoon and following the speeches, everybody tucked into a hog roast and danced the night away to wedding band I Love Amp.
Here’s some highlights from their beautiful day…
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