This was one of the sweetest/nicest/richest/heart-fillingly-fullest weddings I’ve been to because there was such a real heart-spilling-over-y joyous feeling and such a sense of a boy and girl quietly growing up together, falling in love and making their home in each other.
It’s a simple love story of quiet support, patience and papier mache skulls (because it wouldn’t be love without them 😉 )
Okay, so where to start with these two?
Quite some time ago Chelsea took a massive gamble and booked a photographer who was not terribly far into her career and was totally unknown.
Theirs was the very first e-shoot I ever shot.
I was nervous (I guess some things never change) and they were brilliant.
And so, a few years later, here we find themselves.
Now, and you will notice this, Chelsea is a bit of a details queen. SOOO much of the stuff you will see was hand made and everything perfectly thought out so I’m sure you’ll forgive the unusual number of detail shots. Sometimes it’s unconscionably rude to omit them. None of us had predicted the snow – deffo not that much bally snow at any rate. (I have three – yes THREE weather apps on my mobile that I’d been haunting all week just in case and they all lied to me. LIED!)