I have really enjoyed the weddings I have managed to photograph during these Covid times and todays Crowcombe Court Wedding was one I really loved and was really pleased with the images I captured on the day. Sarah and Martin were originally booked to get married at Pencoed house in April 2020 and they finally decided to move date AND venue AND country! Despite all this it was such a joy to still be asked to photograph their day even if there was money for it as the day was shorter! Sarah and Martin were married in mid December and they had such glorious weather that it may the day easy to shoot. The wedding had only 15 guests and I have enjoyed these small weddings and really being part of the couples day. It means that I get to chat to most of the guests at some point or other and this always makes the day better for me. I love these little moments in the day and its such a joy to meet people for me and something I have really missed during these Covid times.
Sarah and Martin had been together 4 years before they got married and met in Cardiff, where Sarah was born and brought up. They were engaged in Barbados and had decided to do a very quick wedding and we had only met in early February for their April wedding. They decided to postpone only until December to get married with limited guests rather than hold out until bigger weddings were allowed. They had to forego the honeymoon in Bora Bora and honeymooned in Cornwall instead!
This was my first time at Crowcombe court and was blown away by how great it is as a wedding venue. I have, since, booked another wedding there and I cannot wait to go back there and shoot another wedding. It is such a great looking venue and photographically has so much for a photographer to be able to use and create such good images.
The day was crisp and perfect winter weather for a wedding and Sarah in her dress from Timeless Elegance looking gorgeous and Martin looked just as gorgeous in his Next suit and neither needed to wear anymore clothes for the photos as the temprature was pretty good for mid December.
I loved this wedding as its a good example of a winter wedding when there is sun. I have loads of other winter weddings where there was no sun or where there was rain but they still tend to look good due to the edit. Good examples of other winter weddings can be found here and here.
If you like the look of these weddings then please get in touch here and it would be lovely to chat about your wedding over a Zoom call and I am hoping that it wont be long before I can start meeting clients again in coffee shops. That will be a very happy day for me!