Wedding Photography at Boconnoc House & Estate Cornwall was the reception location for last weekends wedding that started the day for me in Pensilva with the bride and then St Martins Church in Liskeard for the ceremony itself. I had been looking forward to this wedding for a while because I knew Hollie & Steve had invited a fair size group of kids to the wedding, as well as the two girls they have themselves. I often think kids can really make a wedding, they add a level of character, fun and energy that others simply can’t and with probably the best part of a dozen children at the wedding itself, their was plenty of interesting pictures to capture of them all enjoying themselves in what turned out to be a lovely afternoon in Cornwall.
Another reason I was particularly looking forward to this wedding was because Boconnoc House & Estate in Cornwall was the location that I ‘photographed’ my first wedding about 6 years ago, I use the word photographed loosely because I was fairly young and inexperienced at the time, however I did have the official duties and if I had to say what my first wedding was, it would of been that one, all that time ago at Boconnoc Estate, although it would be another 3 years before I photographed another wedding.
Despite some concerns about the weather in the morning, the day itself brightened up after the ceremony in Liskeard and allowed for everyone to enjoy the grounds at the beautiful Estate in Cornwall, just a few miles from where I currently live.
To read more about the Boconnoc Estate itself then just click here. below are a selection of pictures from the wedding, some of my favourites, some of the kids and some general storytelling pictures. The couple have just shy of 600 pictures in total, a few more than normal, made possible by the presence of a second photographer assisting me and shooting other angles of the events, as well as lots of pictures of all the kids. Hope you like. – BW
great pics , really like the table pic shot through an open window, very clever :)
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