Yesterday, I had the absolute pleasure of photographing Daisy and Sally’s super stylish and wonderfully joyful wedding in Cornwall. Following their official civil partnership the previous day, Sally’s sister Rosie led a personal humanist ceremony for their friends and family, in a yurt at Sally’s parents’ farm near Helston. More guests continued to join them throughout the day for much feasting and merriment, with an amazing buffet lunch followed by a cream tea, which was then followed later by a hog roast and the fabulous Cider Pig mobile bar. Not to mention possibly the largest bonfire that Cornwall has ever seen.
Daisy and Sally both have a real passion for contemporary crafts and an eye for the most beautiful of details. The ampersand motif ran right through the day, including a large wooden version adorning the yurt for the ceremony and the incredible lightbulb version decorating the barn, both made by Daisy’s dad! All of Daisy and Sally’s family had clearly worked so hard to bring this day together for them both, and it was an utterly beautiful and joyous celebration to be a part of. Even the tractor had bows on it! It is also possibly the only time I will ever get to photograph a specially made gents’ ‘pissoir’ in a derelict barn – thank you to Sally’s dad for this particularly unique opportunity..! Anyway, enough words, as I really can’t do it all justice… here are some pictures instead: