Wedding Couple look into each others eyes on the beach in Cornwall

Kirra and Brad’s Spring wedding at Trevibban Mill

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"Oh wow, don’t know what to say. Thank you so so so much. They are beautiful, brought a tear to my eye. We loved looking at them!! Can’t wait to show family 🥹 thanks again we couldn’t thank you enough you did an amazing job ❤️"
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Kirra & Brad
Bride and Groom

Step into the heartwarming world of Kirra and Brad’s wedding day, where love, laughter, and breathtaking scenery blended seamlessly. From the moment we arrived at Kirra’s uncle’s house near Perranzabuloe Parish Church, we were greeted with an atmosphere of excitement, smiles and a lovely cup of coffee! The house was abuzz with activity as bridesmaids, family members and stylists came together to create magic with hair and makeup.

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The morning unfolded beautifully, with the sun shining brightly and the picturesque view of the Cornish rolling hills serving as a stunning backdrop. Surrounded by cherished friends and loved ones, Kirra’s tight-knit friendship and family group created an atmosphere of warmth and excitement. The bride had thoughtfully allocated five hours for the preparation, allowing ample time to enjoy every moment and hang with her closest friends.

When the time came, we made our way to Perranzabuloe Parish Church, where Kirra’s proud father walked her up the aisle. The service was truly beautiful, filled with heartfelt vows and tender moments.

After the ceremony, a burst of cheer and laughter filled the air as the newlyweds emerged and a corridor of confetti guided their way. Against the backdrop of the church grounds, we captured timeless group photographs and the lingering bluebells added a touch of natural beauty to the frames. 

As we journeyed towards Trevibban Mill, we decided to make a detour to Mawgan Porth beach, allowing us to capture some extra couple portraits and include the entire bridal party. 

We all embraced the wind and incoming tide which helped create these natural portraits and kept us all on our toes!    

Our next destination was the magnificent Trevibban Mill, Vineyard and Orchard, where the couple and their guests rejoined for the wedding breakfast. The warm rays of the sun bathed the venue’s elegant glass front, creating an ethereal glow that enhanced the dining experience. The guests – and me included –  revelled in the delicious meal while enjoying the breathtaking views of the surrounding vineyard and orchard.

As the sun began its descent, casting a golden hue over the landscape, we seized the opportunity to steal Kirra and Brad away for some additional couple portraits. The grounds of Trevibban Mill offered a multitude of picturesque nooks, each one perfect for capturing different sets of photographs. The vineyard and orchard added an extra touch of romance to each frame.

The festivities continued into the evening. To the surprise and delight of everyone present, one of the children took centre stage on the dance floor, dazzling the crowd with his impressive dance moves! Laughter and applause filled the room!

After our farewells, I noticed a friendship group taking a group selfie, trying to recreate a “Made in Chelsea” style photograph. I had to oblige 🙂

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