Lucy, Sam and Rolo
An adventure in Dartmoor. A beautiful adventurous couple and their stunning Dalmatian Pup, Rolo. I typically forgot my wellies (as I usually do) We walked, talked, threw sticks and got really, really muddy.
Sam impressed me with his ability to plan large events (which would stress me to no end) and Lucy inspired me with her mindfulness and how in tune with herself and the earth she always seems to be. Both made me smile a ton! with their super infectious smiles.
We later met again so that Lucy and Sam (and Rolo of course) could see their prints. The Images below are of the prints that Lucy and Sam chose to keep in their lives for ever and more. Again, I feel so happy knowing that I have created something meaningful that will outlive myself.
Oh and of course. The all important questions that I asked Lucy when she first got in touch are below the images...
Lucy & Sam
and we have been together for the past ...
This is the story of how we met...
We met at an inter-university surf event. He didn't go to university and I didn't surf.. So quite an unlikely meeting. Needless to say, he now goes to uni, and of course, I surf!
This is our proposal story...
Upon returning from a long naval deployment, we knew we could survive anything. Sam secretly went to my parents house to ask permission to ask me to marry him. One month later (with everyone bursting at the seams with the secret!) he took me to my favourite beach in North Devon - barricane beach - middle of winter so no one was around, and he simply got on one knee and asked if I would spend the rest of my life with him. I should add I asked 'are you joking?' Before saying, of course I will!
How do you take your tea?
We don't really drink tea. Is that a crime?
our favourite food is: Homemade pizza or simple Italian pastas. We are easily pleased!
our favourite place to spend time together is: Dartmoor with our Dalmatian. Wembury. Woolacombe. Barricane. There are a number!
Here is a little list of some of the things we love: We love spending time outdoors (and indoors snuggling) our Dalmatian puppy.
Surfing, and getting in the sea.
We really love food!
Spending time with both our families - it's always a giggle!
Have you ever wondered what wedding photos at Restronguet Barton (Cornwall) would look like? Well… Here you go!
I do love a good trek up the country for the right wedding and the right couple. Kathy and Luke's wedding at All saints church in Newborough and reception at the magnificent Swinfen Hall Hotel in Lichfield (nearish to Birmingham) was totally the right wedding, Kathy and Luke, totally the right couple.
This wedding kicked some serious bottom! There were so many amazing moments including the Bride and Bridesmaids arriving to the ceremony on the back Harley Davidson Motorcycles, a lovely outdoor ceremony with an actual tying of the knot and lots of happy tears, no table plan, yummy food, emotional and hilarious speeches and dancing the night away in the wonderful Big Chief Tipis to the upbeat live band. Perfect Day!
I'm so excited to share Becky and Chris's Epic and fun wedding at Bridwell Park Estate. What a day! Sunshine, home grown flowers, so much confetti, over 100 people attempting "the floss" for a group photo, some of the best food and live music I have ever enjoyed at a wedding, smoke bombs, hilarious speeches, a crazy dance floor and a seriously epic bouquet toss (you'll see) Becky and Chris are one of the most laid back and fun couples I have ever met and I enjoyed every second of their day.
Sometimes Two Groom’s are better than one! Jamie and César had an amazing and super sunny wedding at St Elizabeth’s House. On this day I had the chance to witness and photograph so many emotional, loving and fun moments. I think Jamie and César and their lovely families and friends have to go on record as one of the most tactile and openly affectionate bunch of people I have ever had the pleasure of spending time with. It was so wonderful to see.
I absolutely loved photographing Gayle and Thomas's wedding day at Buckland Tout-Saints in Devon. From the beautiful chaos of the morning, bright colours, big balloons, a fairy tea party for the kids and space hooper races to the many wonderfully hilarious expressions and comic moments between Gayle and Thomas, who are so fun to be in the presence of, and to photograph. Some of my favourite moments include a big "YARP" from Gayle during the vowels, diving face first into the cake, face licking, armpit sniffing, photo bombing, incredibly sweet moments between couples, parents and children and lying on the grass and eating candy necklaces (you'll see).
Emma and Gareth’s beautiful barn wedding at The Green Cornwall was truly amazing! Some of the highlights include Odd socks, a best man being assigned to sweaty head watch, a super emotional Gareth as his girls walked down the aisle, pom pom confetti, belly laughs all day long, fat cigars, a hilarious "your mum" joke during the speeches, an epic bouquet toss and a fun dance floor...
Jess and Emily’s incredible Clifftop wedding at Whitsand Bay Fort. This glorious sunny day included Two beautiful Brides, two lovely families, two epic Dad reactions to their daughters in their dresses, face aching laughter, an adorable dog of honour, crazy beautiful kids, the sunshine, the most incredible Cornish landscape, multiple buggy rides and lads with sick (in a good way) dance floor moves.
I loved Leigh and Adele’s whole day at Whitsand Bay Fort. But my favourite parts were the super sweet ceremony (with Disney music of course) The balloon fight on the clifftop, Leigh constantly having to change glasses (hehe) and heading to Cawsand (a nearby beach less than two miles away)
If Claire and Tim were to write down ingredients for an absolutely amazing and fun wedding, then they defiantly could. Their wedding at New Barton Barns was perfect! so fun, so laid back, so romantic and so full of love (and Crumpets).
Want life lasting memories in print and on the wall, that you can look at each day to fill your heart with warmth and fill your face with smiles? Who wouldnt? ....