I think that next to barns, a marquee wedding is my fave place to shoot those special days. Daisy and James’ marquee had, arguably, the best view I’ve seen for a wedding.Imagine getting married with the gorgeous South Devon coastline stretching off into the distance, the sun gloriously shining down upon it all. Have a look at the pictures below and you’ll see just what I mean.
The preparation was planned at the nearby Thurlestone Hotel, for both Daisy and James. Then at the top of the hill leading out of the 17th century coastal village, was the field overlooking the wonderful coastline. It had been cut in preparation for the marquee, which you could see from quite a few miles away.
Every wedding we shoot is (obviously!) different with its own personal touches and feel. There’s always something new as well. Something we haven’t seen before and that’s just one of the reasons why it never stops being exciting. Daisy’s mode of transport from the hotel to the marquee was a new one on us. The girls climbed, most gracefully of course, onto the back of a red pick-up truck. You’ll see below that they clearly enjoyed this part of the day.
I said in a previous wedding blog (Sophie and  Pierre) about those times where wedding guests are just constantly laughing or smiling. But have a look at Daisy throughout this blog and I challenge you not to end up smiling yourself, as you see how she was having the time of her life.

James, you’re a lucky man and you were both an absolute pleasure to spend a sunny day with on the charming Devon coast.

So, what do you think? Make you smile?
Are you going to have a marquee wedding, because if you are we’d love to be there with you. Get in touch so we can check our diary and lets get together for a brew and a chat!

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