Isles of Scillys Wedding Photographer Kimberley Garrod.
Wow wow wow What can I say the most amazing wedding day. Zenna and Dan were truly blessed with the most amazing weather on there wedding day. The day before was thick fog and rain you never know on IOS what the weather will be like. I was out the day before the wedding walking around the island trying to work out how best to photograph a wedding in fog and had come up with the most amazing plan which luckily did not go to plan as woke up in the morning to the most amazing sunshine.
The day was packed with the most exciting plan for the day starting with the girls on Bryher family home then to Hell Bay for ceremony then off to Samson Hill for family photographs then back to Hells Bay for cornish pasties followed by the most exciting exit on Fergie with the most handsome driver Dad. Then tractor ride to quay where met by the RNIL lifeboat for a speedy trip to St Marys. Then to Juilet’s Cafe for food and speeches and then followed by bus drive to family farm to really celebrate the wedding in style. There is nothing really more to say than the pictures speak for themselves.
So much fun photographing this wedding, Congratulations to these two on getting married.
Here is a little peek of the day for you all.
Photographer Kimberley Nicolle from Kimberley Garrod photography. Now offering my services in Isles of Scillys. I can cover all islands St Marys, Bryher, Treso, St Martins and St Agnes I create packages which are all inclusive digital and album packages. There are different styles of albums to suit your style. Digital packages are also available where images from the day are provided on USB stick for you to go alongside your album.
Juliet’s Cafe St Mary’s Juliet will be more than happy to help you and chat to you about your wedding ideas. http://www.julietsgardenrestaurant.co.uk/functions.php
The award winning Juliet’s Garden has come a long way over the last 32 years. Starting as a small tea garden in an idyllic spot, Juliet’s has grown and firmly established itself as a popular and highly attractive restaurant, still boasting breathtaking views across the harbour, and indeed, most of the other islands.
Situated just above Porthloo Beach, 15 minutes from Hugh Town, (just below St. Mary’s Golf Course), one of the islands’ most loved establishments is enjoyed by day visitors, holiday makers and locals alike, many of whom come back time and time again. The restaurant has beautiful, terraced outside seating as well as a large and warm converted barn loft for the cooler days or evening dining. During the winter and spring of 2006, a major new development saw the opening of The Balcony Room.
The Balcony Room can seat 20 people in bistro style comfort whilst offering panoramic views from all tables. The room can also be booked for private parties and exclusive dining.
Hell Bay Bryher - http://www.hellbay.co.uk
Hell Bay, award winning hotel on the beautiful island of Bryher on the Isles of Scilly. Set in a picturesque cove facing the Atlantic Ocean, Hell Bay offers families and couples a friendly and private oasis to relax and spend quality time together and to enjoy the wild, natural delights of Bryher and the other islands of Scilly.