This is the wedding of Jemma and Charlie. Jemma being a local girl and Charlie and his family from Scotland. This was one wild wedding. The Cornish know how to party and so do the Scots, but mix them together, and you have the recipe for a fun fueled party. When the bagpipes came out at 10pm prior to the ceildih I knew it was going to be raucous.
This is what Jemma and Chalie had to say:
Hi Khalile and Tamsyn
THANK YOU so much for our stunning wedding photos. We couldn't be more delighted with them. From some really beautiful photos of Charlie and I, to great shots of the boys on the beach, me getting ready, brilliant moments of kilts flying in the ceildih and all in-between, they absolutely capture the true essence of the day. The people that have seen them keep commenting that they show how much fun Charlie and I had the whole day and how happy we look.
Tamsyn and you couldn't have been more accommodating and discreet, we are amazed at so many of the photos that we didn't even know had been taken! You really are the perfect wedding photographers - you didn't impose yourselves at all, you were so friendly and open from our very first meeting and you didn't even complain when you were starved until 8pm! (So sorry about that, I still feel really bad about it, I hadn't realised that when the caterer said she would do the guests first, she meant the whole meal!)
Charlie and I simply had the best wedding day, which you both contributed wonderfully to at the time and even more so with a beautiful set of wedding images that we will cherish forever. For that we can't thank you enough.
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