Bex and Nick had chosen the last weekend in March (the one where the clocks change) for their wedding in Woolacombe, north Devon.
When we first met them last summer, Bex had said how she really wanted a beach shoot.
Okay? we said, wondering what sort of weather-proofing we would need on the camera should a force nine be coming up the Bristol Channel.
Anyway, the day arrived with the forecast for stunningly lovely weather, warm and completely blue, cloudless skies.
And then Bex’ wedding transport turned up. Wow again! It was the most astonishly amazing classic VW. I had to try very hard to remember that I was photographing a wedding, not a shoot for a classic car magazine…
They were married at St Sabinius church in Woolacombe and their reception was at the Manor country pub in Croyde. This was probably the most relaxed and laid-back wedding we have ever been to, helped very much by the wonderful barbeque wedding breakfast. And very kindly, Bex and Nick had insisted that we too, ate along with their guests. (I love being fed)
So, here are a few images from the day.
If you were a guest then you can see the whole set by visiting the Wedding Galleries and using the details from the picture-card you received at the wedding (or ask Bex and Nick).
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