Thursday, 2 October 2014

Wedding at Splotts Moor Farm...

Well the season of germs has started. I have my first cold. I'm sitting here at my computer, shivering with a sore throat and a disgusting runny nose. 
Too much information...?
So for my own good and yours I'm going to bring back a little sunshine. 
I'm no professional photographer but one of my best friends asked me if I would photograph her cousins wedding. My first reaction was 'God no! I can't do that...' but she loves me and seems to believe in me. She reassured me over and over that the bride and groom wanted very natural shots. Which is much more my style. I'm so glad that, despite my fears, I did it.

It was a humanist ceremony at Splotts Moor Farm which is in Glastonbury. It had the feel of a music festival and it was just lovely...





As was the bride...




The beautiful best friend and her family who made me do this...
I loved my wedding. I really did. But if I could have a redo I would do it exactly like this.

It was amazing. The bride and groom (and their families/friends) were the nicest warmest people ever.

Thank you for letting me be part of your beautiful day x

11 comments:

  1. Amazing! You will have a second booking next year if we can ever get a date sorted! You have such a natural talent barney, you should be so proud of yourself x x x

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    1. Thank you netley!!!! I love it when you comment. Speak soon hun xxx

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  2. Your friend was smart to ask you to photograph this. Amazing work!

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  3. Fantastic Sian, you really feel the joy," familia" and the happiness in these images. You need to think about continuing this path... you really captured such emotion and isn't that what is all about.
    Good on you- beautiful
    xo

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    1. Thank you for such kind words xxx

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  4. These are BRILL. You should be a professional. So. Damn. Good. Dude. Seriously.

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  5. During my vow renewal here, the wait staff was absolutely the best. It was such an intimate moment and you could really feel the love and energy in the place.

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