Poole Guildhall Wedding Photography
Inside the intimate pastel coloured nuptials of Mithy and Peter’s Poole Micro Wedding, an abundance of love was felt, coupled by a few tears and shared laughter by all. A synonymous feature associated with Poole Guildhall Wedding Photography, is the double curved staircase which frames the entrance to the ceremony location. Here the happy couple were accompanied by their parents and Mithy’s sister – all wearing complimentary tones of blue, green and pink. Yet, unfortunately Peter’s best man was unable to travel over from Ireland due to the on-going Covid travel restrictions. The wedding may have started on the quaint, cobbled streets of Poole but closed with a romantic Sandbanks photoshoot.
I was booked for 3 hours to shoot the arrival, ceremony, group and couple photographs on the idyllic cobbled streets outside of the Poole Guildhall. Capturing the first tentative steps down the aisle, an anxious Father of the Bride accompanied the Bride. Mithy wore a simple yet chic sheath gown with an asymmetric front detail, with a ruffled edge and a flared sleeve. The wedding may have been small but the attention to details were not ignored. Mithy and her sister carried stunning fresh ivory florals from Edwards Flowers, two of the most beautiful bouquets I’ve ever seen.
There was many happy tears during their intimate, yet highly emotional ceremony. Afterwards the couple were showered in multi-coloured confetti and we all had lots of fun capturing their group and couple photographs. In a step away from the usual proceedings of carrying onto the afternoon reception, we then drove to capture the magical couple shots with a sandbanks photoshoot. Mithy’s brunette locks were let loose from their relaxed up-do and the veil and shoes were discarded to take a promenade along the coast. Although one of the busiest coastal spots along the picturesque Jurassic Coast, and one of the hottest days of the year, we were fortunate enough to find a beautiful, hidden pathway. A dreamy backdrop for their Sandbanks photoshoot, which could have been mistaken for an elopement in the Seychelles.
Alongside myself, the couple hired two videographers, from Wedding Highlight Videos to capture the essence of the day, they were great fun to work alongside. I left the Bride & Groom enjoying an ice cream in the glorious weather, with sand between their toes , before they headed to the Greyhound at Corfe for their celebratory meal.
“Rachel these are bloody amazing!! We love them so so much, as do our families. You’ve captured the day in such a beautiful, vivid way that is exactly what we hoped for 😍😍 just delighted, thank you very much!!” – Mithy & Peter
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