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Somerset wedding photographers – Green Photographic. As featured on popular wedding blog Love My Dress. Maddy and Ankur are getting married this September in the Stone Circle at Glastonbury! They came to Cornwall for a sweet engagement session in a poppy field, Green Photographic couldn’t be happier and we’re looking forward to this wedding. More to follow soon.
We regularly photograph at Polhawn Fort. This time it was a short but sweet photo shoot for Alex and Jeff’s wedding. They got lucky with a sunny September day and had the pleasure of getting married outdoors, next to the sea. This is a truly breathtaking venue for a civil ceremony. I love the walk up the “aisle” with the ocean behind. After a few drinks and some family photos we headed off to Rame Head for a photo shoot. This is a perfect time for the bride and groom to spend some time with each other on their wedding day and also to obtain some more peaceful photographs of the couple together.
To see the full selection of photographs follow this link and enter the wedding date in a six digit format (ddmmyy).
I’d like to wish Alex and Jeff all the best for the future!
Thanks for looking, Sarah from Green Photographic.
The ceremony was at Merton Register Office, situated in the grounds of Mordon Park House.
As we arrived at the ceremony room, Partick was waiting to walk with Natalia down the aisle.
Due to the extreme height difference between Natalia and Patrick, they had arranged as a bit if fun to have a stool in place for their first marital kiss. Such a cute thing to do!
Their confetti was laced with a large amount of dried lavender, it smelt amazing as it was flying through the air over my head and straight at them but I think it stung a bit!
We then made our way onto the lawn and braved the strong winds to have a quick drink before heading off to the reception. The rain was kind and waited until we had finished our drinks and had a few photos.
The reception was held at The Wharf Restaurant in Teddington. Its a very beautiful venue and Natalia had put all her creative touches into the choices for the table decorations.
After dinner I set up the vintage photo booth – always a hit for the evening do! The photo booth gives the guests a chance to play around in front of the camera without us having to intrude on their space. They can come to us whenever they please and have a go with the props and it seems that as the evening goes on everyone gets more enthusiastic – perhaps it has something to do with the wine?
To see the full selection of photographs follow this link and enter the date of the wedding in a six digit format (ddmmyy).
Natalia and Patrick – I wish you all the very best for the future and look forward to our woodland wedding photo shoot this weekend in Cornwall! All the best, Sarah Falugo of Green Photographic.