A Lost Gardens of Heligan Spring Wedding
With being a experienced wedding photographer in Cornwall I have been to many different events but at the end of last month I had the pleasure of shooting Aeyeong and Gian-Marco’s wedding at the beautiful Lost Gardens of Heligan, one of the most popular botanical gardens in the UK which is set in 200 acres.
This award-winning garden restoration is already internationally acclaimed and attracts both locals and tourists all year round. So being able to be part of people’s special day is a great honour for an experienced wedding photographer in Cornwall like me.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan is an intimate wedding venue in Cornwall which caters for parties of up to 30 guests. Couples have a choice of location for their ceremony and Aeyeong and Gian-Marco chose to take their vows in the romantic Italian Garden.
The weather was wonderful and it proved to be the perfect setting, as guests were surrounded by a variety of flowering plants and trees, with bird song and the trickling of running water from the water feature in the background.
The ceremony was an emotional one as the story of Aeyeong and Gian-Marco’s long distance relationship was told, along with two readings from Gian-Marco’s sister and Aeyeong’s friend.
Many of the guests had travelled long distances to celebrate their love for one another; Aeyeong’s mother from Korea was dressed in the traditional dress called a hanbok, which consists of jeogori (a blouse, shirt or jacket) and a chima (a wrap-around skirt).
Their reception followed on at the popular BEST WESTERN Hotel, The Porth Veor Manor, which is situated on the north Cornwall coast overlooking Porth beach just one mile from Newquay. This was also where the bridal preparation took place on the morning of the wedding.
By hiring a experienced wedding photographer in Cornwall like myself you can expect high standard, quality images just like the ones here and in my gallery. With quality images you can relive your wedding day all over again, loving every minute of it through the images and memories that have been created.