Oh... This wedding. This amazing couple... Their smiles! I met Hannah and Rory a few months before their Boconnoc House Wedding, when they came down to Newquay for their pre shoot. We wandered around Little Fistral and Towan Headland, chatted, took some photos and I got to experience their infectious smiles and laughter and just how amazing they are together. I absolutely loved hanging out with them both and I could not wait for their wedding day to roll around. I knew it would be pretty special and it was that indeed... in buckets... and some.
With links to Cornwall, Hannah and Rory decided to have their day at beautiful Boconnoc House. Their ceremony taking place in the sunken Bathhouse, a truly unique outdoor setting for a ceremony and they worked with the registrars to make it just how they envisioned it, under the ancient tree that sits above the bathhouse, looking on as it has for years. There was a huge cheer when they walked back down the aisle and a lot of giant, heartfelt hugs as they welcomed each of their guests afterwards. Their entire wedding day was incredible. A bride who gave a speech (yay!), friends and family getting stuck in and setting up the venue... including making the floral pieces for the tables for dinner. Belly laughs from guests, garden games, confetti canons at first dance, a heck of a party and a whole lot of love.
Amongst some incredible Cornish talents, Rosanne Abell created gorgeous, relaxed boho hairstyles for the girls and the lovely Garden Gate Flower Company provided the beautiful bouquets, flower-crowns and button holes. Honestly some of the most stunning florals I have had the pleasure of capturing. The food was a huge priority in Hannah and Rory's day and catering team, Fego Food Co did a phenomenal job.
I have to say I am pretty sure I smiled through the entire editing process on these images. I remember catching myself grinning away while I went through and edited each image from their incredible day... those smiles! A truly amazing day for two wonderful people and such an honour to be there to capture it.