It seems like we have known Catherine and Nick forever! They booked us a long time ago and we have seen them many times in the lead up to their wedding day, we had the most amazing sunset for their engagement shoot, a sign of good times ahead.
After some very relaxed and fun preparations it was time to head for the church, Catherine chose a horse and carriage which was a stunning way to arrive (I wondered what the hay was for in the church car park). St Andrews is a great venue and a lovely ceremony followed with some very touching moments between the newlyweds. The carriage ride back to the reception gave them some nice relaxing time together.
For their shoot we wanted to incorporate some spring flowers, bluebell wood was not in bloom and some early daffodil fields had been affected by frost. Not to worry, we found the perfect crop half way up the Val De Terres! With a bit of creative use of camera angles and lighting it could have been anywhere in Guernsey.
Back at the reception we were treated to some of the funniest speeches we have heard. It’s the first time we found ourselves hardly able to shoot we were laughing so much.
Thanks very much for making us so welcome on your special day, we wish you all the best for your future together.