Cadhay Wedding Photography

One thing most couples don’t want on their wedding day is rain, but living in the UK, you can never count on the weather being blue skies. Amy and Lewys’s wedding at Cadhay was a wet one, but this didn’t dampen their spirits. In fact I think it made the day much more memorable. My advice to all couples is try not to worry too much about the weather as there really is noting you can do to change it. The best thing is to have a back-up plan. If you were planning on having Canapés outside, this may need to be moved somewhere inside. Wedding portraits and group shots can also be done inside away from the rain. That being said, I’m happy to shoot portraits outside. You can easily grab an umbrella at Cadhay and we can make some lovely images. Bad weather doesn’t mean bad photos, quite the opposite in fact. When there are lots of clouds and it’s overcast, the light is so much softer and the clouds act as a giant light diffuser. This results in images being evenly lit and gives a lovely glow to the skin.

If you’re planning on having a wedding at Cadhay, shoot me a message. I’d love to be considered as your Cadhay wedding photographer.

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Venue: Cadhay

Dress: Jesus Peiro

Florist: Miranda Hackett Flowers

Food: Woodfired Canteen

Marquee: World Inspired Tents

Band: Just For Tonight

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