This summer has been hit after hit of amazing celebrations. Rosie and Chris’s Bigbury wedding slotted nicely in to the mix. I always knew it would be worth waiting for – with amazing views of the Devon countryside, dogs, garden games, a ride in a classic convertible car and a sunset that was a photographer’s dream! My favourite moment of the day was being by Rosie’s dad through a field of corn at speed in a LandRover to capture a disappearing sunset. I do love driving (I do a lot of it!) and I admired his dedication and determination to get the shot!
With a beautifully styled Hatch Marquee and stationary designed by Rosie herself it was hard to stop myself from taking too many photos. Rosie looked incredible in her Augusta Jones dress and a quick shout out to Emma Vowles for beautiful bouquets and button holes. Chris and the guys looked equally as smart in their cool blue suits which were perfectly matched to the relaxed vibe of the day.
One of my personal ‘wins’ was sweet talking the vicar in to allowing me to take photos. He had been pretty strict before the day, but after showing him my new silent camera he offered me a seat in the pew in a prime position to get photos of the ceremony.
I’ve been to another Devon wedding in a similar spot but there is nothing like a wedding at home on a family farm. Here are a few of my favourite photos from the day.