I met with Miriam and Steve a couple of months before their big day and I instantly thought “these guys are awesome”. They were so incredibly chilled out I just couldn’t wait to be a part of their big day.
The day started with me arriving at Miriam’s house and bridal preparations were in full swing: hair, make up, the whole shabang.
It was then over to the reception venue where Steve and his guys were getting ready. The Plume of Feathers at Mitchell is an incredibly intimate venue, and yet it has a small complex of superbly finished guest bedrooms/suites behind, which is where I (eventually) found Steve.
Steve and the guys had decorated the venue themselves. This was where things got super cool. Steve was allowed to choose the theme of the wedding reception, so naturally he went with what any rational groom would do and picked dinosaurs – yep DINOSAURS.
Trerice House is a National Trust property situated near Newquay and just 5 minutes down the road from The Plume of Feathers pub. It really is an amazing venue to get married in.
These guys had AMAZING weather. ALL DAY. It was such beautiful sunshine for late October, but we had ZERO clouds and little shade to work with which can make group shots tricky. So I managed to find a spot that looked good and meant people weren’t going to be blinded by the sun whilst trying to get their photos taken. Otherwise you just get a whole lot of weird squinty faces and shadows!
Then it was back to the Plume for the evening fun time and lush-fest.