Showcasing the most incredible bohemian outdoor wedding today, captured by Rosie Anderson whose been described by the bride as “cool, relaxed and lovely”. Quite. Lucy and Tom’s breath-taking midsummers wedding has to be one of my most favourite to date. It’s not only incredibly stylish but every detail has earned it’s place inspired by their shared loves…
From Lucy: Being outside with nature was the basis of the entire wedding and knowing we didn’t want the conventional. We wanted our guests to experience everything we love about Devon, the great outdoors, the romance, the relaxed pace, and really show off the reason we love living here and how we fell in love here.
I stumbled across our venue the Holwell Temple when looking for ideas rather than a venue, the Castle Hill estate host the usual beautiful stately home lawn weddings, but also had the offer of a new venue not yet up and running…We went to visit the temple deep in the woods, where it appears in a clearing overlooking the valley; a perfect empty shell where we could have our ceremony and reception and make those woods ours for the day – and it really did feel like that, tucked away in our own little world. It also enabled us to have what felt like a traditional ceremony in a very spiritual building without having to conform to a church wedding.
What’s a bride to do if her best friend happens to have four legs rather than two? This was the inspiration behind our simple shoot which I’m delighted to showcase today. A concept by photographer Rebecca Roundhill who wishes to showcase to couples just how stylish ones wedding can be with animals welcome.
And if that’s simply not practical why not consider a bridal portrait shoot with your beloved? Leaving you with an enduring set of images inspired by your wedding day and the other great loves in your life…