Last week I took a lovely relaxed walk along the riverside with newly engaged Annalise and Michael, we visited Berwick Castle and ‘The Boat’ - a beautiful boat sculpture made out of driftwood by a local resident. You don’t have to go far in Berwick for some stunning backdrops and locations.
Hands down, the most fun wedding to photograph ever.
Also, we were the only other people there. And it was in the Algarve!
The photographs document the story of Adam and Lynley’s day from start to finish. (I’m so glad I wore a dress rather than trousers as we didn’t realise until we arrived that we had to wade through the water to get into the boat to travel to Benagil cave, it’s not accessible by land)
Reception took place at the stunning No Solo Agua beach club, Portimao.
It’s unexpected days like these and the characters you meet along the way..
The wedding portraits were taken just a few meters away on Berwick’s Elizabethan Walls on this lovely bright June day, I was only here for an hour and we got all the formal and family shots that Ella and Andy needed before they went off for a lovely meal in Northumberland.
Sadly the registry office is no longer at this location in Berwick but it is being made into some gorgeous new flats!
Anna and Pat’s wedding at The Catholic Church of Our Lady and Saint Cuthbert in Berwick, 7th Wedding Anniversary today, happy anniversary x
12 years ago today! A lovely June wedding at Heaton Parish Church with a reception at Linden Hall for Linsey and Ben, happy anniversary guys x
The big day, the details of this wedding are an actual feast for the eyes so Ill let the photos tell the story.. Happy Anniversary James and Cara x