portscatho wedding

Portscatho Wedding | Liz & Nathan

Hey Brian,
Absolutely stunning photos. So many to choose from for the mantelpiece!
That B&W shot of my Grandad alone is amazing, he’ll love that!
  We’re looking forward to working through them. Thank you for capturing the best day of our lives.

Liz & Nathan were married in Portscatho, Cornwall. With family ties to the village and a lifetime of memories, Portscatho was the only place to go for their wedding.

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Liz & Nathan’s Portscatho Wedding

Liz & Nathan were married last autumn at St Gerrans Church and celebrated at the Harbour Club, both in the beautiful village of Portscatho in Cornwall.

Eight years earlier they met through a mutual friend, Henry (who was Nathan’s best man). Nathan & Henry had played together in bands for years, and Liz went along to one of Henry’s gigs. Although Liz said at the time that she wasn’t interested in meeting anyone at the time, Henry introduced them and they’ve been together ever since.

The decision to get married was only a few months before the day and with a love and family ties to the village, Portscatho was the only place to go.

Looking back, Liz & Nathan said one of the highlights from the day was everyone walking down from the Church to the Harbour Club. They had just got married and everyone was beaming and joyful! It felt so relaxed, and unfussy which is very much what they wanted.
The weather forecast for the day had been pretty terrible, but as they left the church the clouds had parted, Gerrans bay looked wonderful and we got some fantastic shots outside.

The Finer Details

Portscatho in Cornwall was where Liz & Nathan got married and they booked my Short Day Package. For their wedding photography they wanted wanted colours and a style that reflected them, think warm blues and slightly alternative.
For more details about my availability for photographing your wedding, get in contact here.


Church: St Gerrans Church, Portscatho
Reception: The Harbour Club, Portscatho
Food: Beetham Food
Flowers: Celtic Flowers, Truro