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Jo and Paul – a Marazion wedding

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Because there’s nothing more beautiful than the way the ocean refuses to stop kissing the shoreline, 
no matter how many times it’s sent away. 
Sarah Kay

 

Oh!, where to start? Where to start?

I could start by telling you that I love these guys. And their delicious little dog Beryl.

That these wedding images are absolutely testament to why it’s so so good to meet with a couple before the big day (normally it’s just once but with these guys it was a record three times although it feels like more *counts fingers and racks brain*).

An (early) morning of preps at home with the ever lovely Tasmyn Siddiqui wielding her magnificent make up brushes and Simone Knyita being brilliant as ever on hair was followed by a simple ceremony in Truro before finally repairing to The Godolphin Arms in Marazion. Tea was drunk (obviously) and watchful seagulls raided indiscriminately. The tide raced in alarmingly and oh-so-quickly the beach was lost. There’s a reason Cornwall has my heart and the hearts of all of us that live here and today’s wedding gives a teeny tiny hint as to why and it’s something to do with air and breathing and a sense of freedom. A bit like love, really. Because that, too, is what today was all about. Two people quietly and simply standing in a room, looking deep into each other and saying ‘I love you’

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  • Scripnicu Gabriel - Incredible set of images – I love the way you have handled the light in the portraits, your use of light and shadows is amazing!ReplyCancel

  • Yolande - Gorgeous set of moody images – I love the bride’s style and an amazing location to get married!ReplyCancel

  • Octavian Negoescu - Haha.. some of the pictures are soo funny! Love this wedding.. I can see true love in their eyes! <3ReplyCancel

  • Rafe - Fabulous Wedding Photography!ReplyCancel

  • Thomas Blake - Really nice set, like the moody processingReplyCancel

  • Albert Palmer - Beautiful work as always Lucy! They must be thrilled with theseReplyCancel

  • Scripnicu Gabriel - Incredible set of images – I love the way you have handled the light in the portraits, your use of light and shadows is amazingReplyCancel

  • Paul Keppel - Beautiful set of images, its quite challenging light in the reception room and always so busy on the causeway.ReplyCancel

  • Kim McNamara - Thank you so much Lucy for making Paul & Jo’s big day such a dream to remember. I absolutely love each and every one of your photo’s. You’ve bought a tear to my eye’s which i didn’t shed at the time.
    Such a shame you wasn’t born when i married Paul’s dad. All the best Lucy and i hope you continue to produce such beautiful work.
    Love Kim & JohnReplyCancel

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