I love a Bath wedding (not the bath) and Bath Methodist Church, Botanical Gardens & The Royal Crescent is so beautiful.
With its hot springs and 18th-century Georgian architecture it’s an amazing wedding venue with great photographic opportunities.
I was really happy for the opportunity to capture Larrayna and her fiancée Dwarshu traditional but very fun wedding.
With the bride and groom having very differing backgrounds, Larrayna’s Jamaican and Dwarshu’s African, it was an amazing day as the two came together.
Families, cultures and traditions made the day unforgettable.
After meeting Larrayna at Bath wedding fayre and we just clicked.
Having a good relationship with your photographer is like having an extra bridesmaid at times.
Larrayna wore a beautiful net and lace wedding dress with elegant sleeves.
The look was completed with veil and waterfall bouquet of white lilies and purple roses.
Purple was definitely a clear theme throughout the day, the bridesmaids, the reception venue, Larrayna even had purple Converse dancing shoes.
Following an emotional church service at Weston Methodist Church I took the opportunity to photograph the couple in the incredibly picturesque Botanical Gardens in Royal Victoria Park.
Keeping up the fun and with the wedding party in tow we travelled on foot through the stunning city.
Even finding time to stop at the famous Bath Royal Crescent the wedding party pulling out some epic fun poses that were a great memory to cherish.
At the reception venue there was an immense Jamaican and African spread.
Curried goat, callalo and escovitch fish was served for the wedding breakfast.
Speeches lasting over 2 hours with incredible dancing. The room was filled with love and laughter into the early hours.