I was especially excited for Emmie and Callum’s wedding on the last day of March! During the pandemic, I got myself a little side job working at a jewellers where I met Emmie. It was a really pivotal time for me being there, I gained so much from the experience. But what I loved the most about being there was the wonderful women I got to work with. Emmie's passion and attention to detail at work carried through to her wedding, and it was nothing short of pure gorgeousness. It was wonderful finally seeing the day arrive after hearing about it for so long. I was honoured not only to take some photos of Emmie and Callum, but to also enjoy the day as a guest. Honestly, it was just the best day ever!
The day started off with beautiful blue skies, and there had been rumours earlier in the week of snow which I immediately rolled my eyes at and said ‘no way’. Well, yes way. After a heart-felt ceremony, we all went outside for some confetti throwing and were greeted with blue skies but icy winds! We decided to do the large group photo on the lawns with me dangling out the window (I am always 100% up for this!), but alas!! As most of the guests were waiting it started to snow! And I mean SNOW SNOW!!! It was honestly like being inside a snow globe.
Hands down, such an amazing group of guests for being such sports and embracing the snow. After we all scrambled inside the blue skies returned so we ventured out for more photos, and again, the snow came! It carried on like this all day, but it was truly a remarkable one. I have never had such a contrast in photos from one wedding!! We experienced all seasons!
Weather aside, it was a very special day to be part of, and I am most humbled to have witnessed such a lovely pair get married.
Emmie and Callum, thank you so much for having me, it was the greatest xx
Venue: Crockwell Farm
Hair: Elizabeth Jane Wedding Hair
MUA: Sophie Duffy
Cake: Jamie Bakes Cakes
Dress: Serendipity brides, Evie Young
Men's attire: Slaters