My day started at the groom’s parents’ house to document the preparation of the groom and his men. Then it was over to Launcells Barton to the Manor House for the bridal prep, I love capturing the preparation from both sides, giving the couples an insight into the fun and giggles they each didn’t get to see.
Duncan and Tor married at their local church in Stratton near Bude. It was a stunning and emotionally charged ceremony (thanks for the golden moments Dunc 😉), the church had been decorated beautifully and the bunting throughout the church seemed to make it all that that much more special, the effort that was put in was clear. It was like the whole of the town had stopped for the wedding, a real community vibe, amazing to be a part of.
Back to Launcells Barton and the venue didn’t fail to provide us with the opportunity for an awesome party and some great photos. The day flowed perfectly, canapes and drinks on the terrace, family photos in the walled garden, bouncing on the castle on the lawn, sunset shots on the hill, shape throwing in the reception barn, Ice Cream served by Duncan and Tor themselves, Pizza in the evening to soak up some of the Cornish beer and Prosecco…………..I could go on.
All in all, this was a fantastic wedding and one that will always stand out to me, not only due to my new-found love of this venue but most importantly the people, who made the day!
Thank you Duncan and Tor for the amazing experience and of course thank you to Lara at Launcells Barton, awesome, awesome, awesome.
It was awesome to see the photo of Duncan and Tor on the bouncy castle, featured as photo of the day on the New York based, Range Finder Magazine webpage.
Duncan had posted the image on Reddit and by the power of the internet, I got a call from New York asking if they could feature the image, very pleased to get that call!