Welcome to Part 2.

Feeling all at sea because you missed Part 1?! You can find it right here!

When we left Lamorna & Tom, they had resisted the ice cream temptation and were about to join their guests on the Enterprise II.  Maybe they were saving themselves for the on board selection of Cornish pasties and cakes…

We returned to the Yacht Club to beautiful weather ideal for a champagne reception.  The yacht club is full of charming features and had been thoughtfully dressed by Lamorna & Tom (the table plan arrangement was inspired).  My only regret is that I hadn’t known that the bride and groom would be persuaded to take part in an impromptu rugby line out.  At least I managed to snatch a couple of frames as I turned around

The Yacht Club comprises a number of rooms which could be used for dining and it was full to capacity.  Notice had been given to Yacht Club members that there was a wedding taking place, but one member hadn’t seen it.  See if you can spot him…  I doubt that it was any coincidence that some of the guests were given a room of their own (no prizes for guessing that they’re the ones playing ‘Thumbmaster’ and ‘No Hands Desert’!).  I dread to think what the unsuspecting member must have made of it all.

Once the guests were well fed and watered, the main room was cleared for a little line dancing.  Meanwhile, Spoolfrog had sourced some interesting eyewear to finish off his coverage.  Once again, you can click here to see the guests in action

A perfect day ended with the happy couple given a well deserved guard of honour (sparkler style).

If Carlsberg did weddings…

Olivier Burnside Reportage Cornwall Wedding Photographer – 07805204036