Anran Wedding Photography
Doing Anran wedding photography was new venue for me, but Becca and Paddy’s Anran wedding was a highlight of my 2020. I arrived at a small unassuming farm in Devon in the morning to find a stunning wedding venue inside.
It was such a relaxed wedding with the ceremony held at the local church, just 5 minutes walk away. After they got married everyone walked back to Anran wedding venue, even paddy and Becca. Much to my delight Becca and Paddy doubled up on the confetti both after they exited the church and on their arrival to Anran.
The interior of the large glass house stood up to the amazing images I’d seen online. It’s an incredible space and beautifully decorated with rustic simplicity. I’ve also got to say that the food was OFF THE CHART! Credit where credit is due Cru Events – defiantly one of the best meals I have had this year.
Autumn is my favourite season and we were treated to a clear blue sky. Not too hot and not too cold! With lots of sunshine and a beautiful blue sky my job as a wedding photographer was made a little bit easier.
After the speeches we headed to a little barn for a rave. With hanging vintage lights and colourful LEDs it looked amazing in the photos.
Before I go I have to mention the musician Michael G Moore. He had so much energy and he’s already on my list of favourite wedding suppliers. He played the church, the reception and all through the evening. Book the man NOW!
Finally, a huge thank you to Becca and Paddy for having me at their wedding. Of course it exceeded all expectations (and a thanks to Lauren and Tim for recommending me!)