One of the most variable factors on a wedding day is going to be the weather. We can always hope for golden rays of sunshine, however we never know what we are going to get. With relief, even when the sun doesn’t shine, the brides and grooms I meet, focus on the most important aspect of their day – getting married to their love.
Emily and Adam did just that. Their day was full of laughter, joy and friendship – between families, siblings and friends.We had a 20 minute window with threatening clouds where they were able to have their ceremony on the terrace at Echoes, before mountains mist rolled in, swirling around.
One thing I love about the people that choose me to capture their day, is their quiet confidence in who they are as individuals, and as a couple. And as much as they have great style, beautiful table settings and amazing locations, I find what is most important to each couple that comes my way, is their connection to their guests, and spending as much of their day as possible celebrating together.
Emily and Adam got ready together, and led their wedding guests to the ceremony on the terrace. After they committed themselves to each other for life, they celebrated with a lunch with their nearest and dearest. After the mist had settled in like a cosy blanket, they had a sneaky moment together to let the wonder of the day sink in. I am so grateful to have been a part of their day.