This blog is taken from barneywalters.com
Polpier and Penpol are two houses located on the top of the Cornish coastline in Mevagissey. This was the setting for Eve and John’s wedding, and what a magnificent setting it was for a beautiful day – in every way. Eve and John planned a fairly intimate day with their close friends and family from across the globe to come to Cornwall to witness their vows against the Cornish coastline backdrop, and then party the night away in the Polpier house.
Being from Cornwall myself I can say this; this is not what Cornwall looks like every day – and thus Eve and John were blessed to have Cornwall looking at it’s absolute best for their celebrations.
Polpier and Penpol wedding venue is super in that the two houses are located approximately one hundred meters apart allowing for separation in the morning between the bridal and grooms parties, without actually being all that far apart. As you’ll see from the images below, the boys were able to help set-up the garden in the morning before getting ready in the Penpol House.
After the ceremony on the lawn, the reception started and a relaxed few hours on the grass was enjoyed by everyone Eve and John had invited. Later in the day, we strolled down to the harbour of Mevagissey with the newlyweds to allow them to take some much deserved “time-out” and create some awesome images in the afternoon light that we were gifted with.
For a small intimate wedding in Cornwall by the coast, you can’t get much better than Polpier and Penpol – a beautiful day in every way.
More images can be seen at barneywalters.com