A September Wedding at Trebah
Yesterday I had the pleasure of photographing Nicole and Kyle’s intimate wedding at Trebah Garden.
The couple had originally planned to get married in May but postponed their wedding due to Covid-19.
Having scaled down their guest list to comply with the current regulations, the couple were finally able to tie the knot in an intimate ceremony.
The ceremony room in which they married overlooks this beautiful sub tropical garden in Cornwall.
Nicole looked stunning in a three quarter sleeved, lace wedding dress with a plunging neck line, which was bought from Wed2b in Exeter.
Having a classic ‘hour glass’ figure, Nicole said that she chose this dress (named Jourdan) as it fitted her in all the right places.
She loved the dress as soon as she put it on and it was the first wedding dress that she tried.
She finished the look with a pair of white heels, diamante drop earrings and she wore gypsophelia in her hair.
Her wedding flowers were a posy of pale pink roses and peonies with eucalyptus.
These were carefully put together by local florist Florescere.
Kyle looked very smart in a blue three piece suit with a white shirt, a pale pink patterned tie and brown shoes.
Nicole’s flower girls both wore white chiffon, full length summer dresses and held matching, smaller posies to the bride.
After the ceremony Nicole, Kyle and their guests enjoyed drinks and canapes in the sunshine, whilst being entertained by Classical Strings.
Later on in the afternoon we took some wedding photographs within the grounds of Trebah Garden.
Some of my favourites from the shoot were taken on the bridge over the venue’s iconic Mallard Pond.
Congratulations Nicole and Kyle!
Here’s a few images from their special day…
I would love to hear your wedding day plans!