Amy and Dan’s Farm Wedding
I met Amy and her lovely bridesmaids at Bride – the Wedding Show at Westpoint arena in Exeter the autumn before their wedding.
Both being farmer’s daughters, Amy and I instantly hit it off and she went ahead and booked me later that day. I knew their Cornish Farm Wedding was going to be right up my street right from the word go. It was taking place on Amy’s family farm in the very field that Dan had proposed in – how romantic is that!
For Amy, the photographs were a really important part of the day and over the months leading up to the wedding we were always messaging back and forth about all the details. That, as well as booking a Just Us Shoot, allowed me to really get to know both bride and groom and capture all the little things that meant so much to them.
Amy was over the moon with the photos, this is what she said…
“I honestly have no idea where to start with expressing how amazing Becky has been through the whole process of organising a photographer for our wedding, to me it was such an important aspect to get right as this would be our lasting memories of our special day. Me & my bridesmaids met Becky at the wedding fair in Exeter and from there we booked. We had an engagement shoot at Postbridge that I have to admit me and my husband were apprehensive about but it was amazing and prepared us totally for the big day! Becky & Richard were brilliant on our wedding day – such a lot of fun and a lot of the time we didn’t even know they were there, so discrete! The photos we have show the sheer quality of Becky’s work, they really are stunning! We couldn’t be more delighted with everything Becky has done for us if we tried.”
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I met the girls at Amy’s parents’ house mid-way through bridal preparations. Amy (and all the girls really!) looked absolutely stunning, with make-up by Abi Scott and hair by Steph Jasper. One of the highlights of the morning was Amy presenting her flower girls with gifts, including a penny to be used as “something old” when she grows up and gets married herself. How adorable is that?!
The Ceremony took place in Amy and Dan’s local church and on their exit, they were met with a guard of honour from the local Young Farmers holding their pitch-forks high above them!
The wedding transport has to be one of my all-time favourites, you’ll see why below!
I HAVE to mention the flowers, they were hands down some of the most magnificent I have ever seen, they seemed to be carefully placed absolutely everywhere. They were put together by the wonderful Donna Cornish and can only be described as exquisite.
Amy, Dan and their families had gone all-out with the Marquee, even erecting a fence to create a garden-like feel, smack back in the middle of their (usually agricultural) field. And the VIEW – we could see right across Dartmoor and into Cornwall too. I felt very lucky to be shooting this awesome couple in such a gorgeous location.
One of my absolute favourite things at Amy and Dan’s wedding was the haybale Bride and Groom who welcomed all the guests.
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