With the clocks now back, the days getting shorter and noticeably a little cooler, winter is just around the corner. This wedding in and around the fishing village of Looe in Cornwall certainly had a more winter, dare I say christmas feel to it. Although above all this wedding celebration was an intimate one. Currently living not far from Looe in North East Cornwall it was a very pleasant change to know many of the people involved in this small celebration; the registrars and the Pianist to name just a couple.
The wedding itself formally took place in Looe guild hall with a reception following at the farm house of Treworgey Cottages just a few miles from Looe near Duloe. Between the guild hall and the reception myself and the couple slipped off for a few minutes on route to a nearby beach to shoot a few frames on what was a dramatic seascape view, yet despite the wind and rain we spent a few minutes on the empty beach to capture some of the pictures below.
After returning to the Farm House reception, the rest of the afternoon and evening was a laid back family affair, a few drinks, some pleasant music, plenty of wine and a three course meal all in a very homely environment that Treworgey provided. Below I have included bout 50 pictures from the day, a mix of some storytelling elements and a few of my favourites, the pictures are in a mixed order, as I have done for a few others wedding this year, I think it makes a nice change from assuming what you will see next. Hope you like.
For more information on Treworgey Cottages please visit their website.
by Barney Walters