The kind of laughter that builds in your stomach and slowly makes it way to the surface, in a bubbly way until it breaks open in a big smile. Pink cherry blossoms floating in the wind. Tow hands finding and holding on to each other. More laughter. Soft rays of sunlight shining through delicate green leaves. Heaps of fun. A whole lot more laughter.
That’s what I think about when I think about Cleo and Ryan’s wedding. We were incredibly lucky with the weather and the beaming smile on Cleo’s face mirrored this throughout the whole day. From the second she stepped into her (freaking amazing looking!) dress until the golden sun set behind the walls of Notley Abbey’s garden, Cleo was a ray of happiness, shining brightly onto Ryan by her side.
Tying in with the Spring weather the lush flowers by The Bespoke Florist looked incredible and smelled even better. The food looked delicious, the guests looked amazing and the champagne sparkled in the sun. A big thanks goes to Kate Rossin for helping me on the day.
All shot on film, Kodak Portra 400 and Tri-X, as well as Fuji 400H, developed and scanned by Richard Photo Lab.
© Ann-Kathrin Koch 2014. Images look best without watermarks on them. Please don’t use the photos without asking me first.