The church at Summercourt is spacious inside and has a very open feel. The lady vicar was not keen on too many photographs being taken during the wedding ceremony; having recently had a photographer shooting over her shoulder during a wedding which as you can imagine didn't go down well. I wish photographers would not do this sort of thing it does nothing more than give the industry a bad name and is not how a true professional wedding photographer works. It also means that other brides get penalised due to the restrictions imposed by the vicar for subsequent weddings, anyway enough of my ramblings on with the wedding day.
After the ceremony I got a few groups at the church prior to all the bridal party (except for the bride and groom) and wedding guests being driven to Boscundle Manor for their wedding reception in the King Harry vintage coach. A great idea as it means the guests arrive at the same time plus the wedding venue doesn't have a large car park.
On arrival at Boscundle Manor guests were greeted with a drinks and canapes. Fortunately the weather was reasonable so the guests could mingle in the grounds and I got impromptu shots and some requested groups.
This was followed by the wedding breakfast which is where Anna and Tony, the bride and groom, wanted the photography to finish.
Here are a few photograph from the day