One Shot Preview: Fay and Keith

Fay and Keith had a beautiful intimate wedding at Cornish Tipi Weddings yesterday; they both love woods and so it was the perfect place for them to tie the knot. With both of their mums and Fay's dad attending, the ceremony was really personal; the registrars very thoughtfully including Fay's dad in the proceedings, and thus making it all the more special for them[...]

One Shot Preview: Jen and Adam

The sun certainly had its hat on yesterday for Jen and Adam! And what a gorgeous day it was: the beautiful St James The Great church, a horse and carriage, and the Father's of the Bride's speech talking about how his new son-in-law was 'punching above his weight' being some of the highlights! I'll be sharing lots more photos from their wedding in St Kew soon; '[...]

One Shot Preview: Lamorna and Tom

I had been especially looking forward to Lamorana and Tom's wedding at Mylor Church ever since I found out that the entire wedding party was travelling to the reception venue - Royal Cornwall Yacht Club, Falmouth - by boat! Although it's always nice to have a dry wedding, I must admit I was also checking on wind speed that morning, as I'm not really a natural seaf[...]

One Shot Preview: Zoe and Andrew

On Thursday I was down in St Ives, at the fab St Ives Harbour Hotel, for Zoe and Andrew's wedding. We were really lucky again with the weather (as you can see from the backlit confetti shot above), and had a great time down on the beach. Congratulations to Zoe and Andrew; I'll be posting lots more photos from their day soon (including a surprise guest appearanc[...]

A Thank You Card From Yen & Rich

I received this lovely thank you card from Yen & Rich, whose wedding I photographed recently at The Rosevine, near Portscatho. It's always fantastic to receive such great feedback, and lovely to see one of my images used too! Their message read: "Dear Alan, thank you once again for doing such a great job on our wedding day. We loved so many of the photos it w[...]

One Shot Preview: Emma and Adrian

The skies tried to threaten us as much as they could on Saturday, but luckily the threats were empty, and I managed to get some lovely shots on the fields of Crasken Farm for Emma and Adrian. Hog roasts, classical guitarists, folk dancing and three best men speeches - a fantastic day! More photos from this lovely couple's day to come soon...

One Shot Preview: Jodi and Sean

Thursday saw me down at The St Ives Harbour Hotel (also known as The Porthminster) for the wedding of Jodi and Sean, an incredibly sweet couple from Birmingham. There really is a lot to be said for the 'Brummie Friendliness'; as well as the couple themselves, all of their family and friends were just so lovely to be around. The photograph above is a small previ[...]

One Shot Preview: Carina and Dan

I've just come back from a weekend in Dorset, for Carina and Dan's wedding in Christchurch. They exchanged vows in the stunning Priory Church, one of the most beautiful churches I've ever seen - with one of the longest aisles to match! I'll be sharing more photos from their day soon; 'like' Alan Law Photography on Facebook to be the first to know when they're u[...]

One Shot Preview: Sarah and Bill

Sarah and Bill got married yesterday at Porthleven Methodist Church - it was perhaps the first time the church had enjoyed a rendition of 'I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles' as part of the recessional! The shot above was taken at Beacon Crag B&B, which, as you can see, has some amazing views. Looking forward to sharing more of their shots soon - 'like' Alan Law P[...]

Julie and Ben's Wedding at Fentafriddle

A few weeks ago I was up on the north coast of Cornwall at a delightful venue called Fentafriddle, for the wedding of Julie and Ben. There's probably not a much better venue in the whole of Cornwall for a marquee wedding, as the views down over the sea are spectacular. I had a great time with Julie and Ben, and loved capturing their friends going pretty wild on the[...]

One Shot Preview: Sophie and Hugh

Sophie and Hugh had a fab day yesterday, the weather staying nice and dry for their ceremony at St Mellanus Church, Mullion, and reception at Crasken Eco Farm. I had a great time meeting lots of Australians, witnessing one of the best church readings ever, taking some lovely cliff-top photos, and being treated to one of the best lamb meals I've ever had! I look[...]

Would You Ban Your Wedding Guests From Taking Photos?

I read this article on last week, and thought I'd drop a few thoughts on the blog about it, because I found the topic - about banning all wedding guests from taking photos on your day - to be, in a word (well, two words) quite ludicrous. You may want to check out the article above to see what they originally said, and then pop back over he[...]