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By jesselliott, Nov 8 2017 02:15PM

Here's a little peak at two of my October weddings. A very extravagant Greek, Cypriot wedding right here in Torbay, Devon! It was an action packed day and as a Devon wedding photographer, a first for me. I throughly enjoyed all of the traditions and the real sense of 'family'. It was an incredible experience and I felt honoured to have been able to photograph it.





The beach huts at Paignton sea front in Devon
The beach huts at Paignton sea front in Devon
Newly weds leaving the Greek Orthodox Church of St. Andrew, Torquay
Newly weds leaving the Greek Orthodox Church of St. Andrew, Torquay
The Greek money dance at The Redcliffe Hotel, Paignton
The Greek money dance at The Redcliffe Hotel, Paignton




Mr & Mrs Plummer were so happy, smiley and fun to photograph! I captured so much giggling! Here are some of my favourite photos from their castle wedding in Devon. They were married at the Haldon Belvedere, Exeter, Devon. Followed by a spectacular wedding reception at Dainton Park Golf Club, Dainton, Newton Abbot.






By jesselliott, Nov 6 2017 01:23PM

Sorry I've been some what quiet lately. The wedding season has been a busy one. I took a week off with my family to holiday in Turkey. Of course I took my camera with me to capture this stunning coastline. Turkey is dear to my heart as it's where my wife and I honeymooned, 7 years ago., in Marmaris


This time we went as a family and had the most incredible week together in Icmeler. Everyone deserves time out to recharge the batteries. Here's some photos I took during our trip. One fully, recharged Devon Wedding Photographer! Ready for the winter wedding season here in Devon and Cornwall.

By jesselliott, Oct 9 2017 11:28AM

Well I must say I'm enjoying the cooler weather, the fresh Autumn air and the changing leaves. We've been blessed with some beautiful, sunny days!


As a Devon based wedding photographer, I feel really fortunate to have been part of so many lush country weddings. I wanted to share with you a couple of photos from my recent Autumn weddings in Devon.


I have been particularly busy this season which is wonderful! I have 2 weddings yet to edit and lots of wedding photos to share with you.


Here are some of my favourites from recent weddings.



The sun is lower in the sky this time of year and it makes for some beautiful images. Taken at The Edgemoor Hotel in Devon. What a beautiful wedding dress!



Cool, sunny Autumn morning at The Edgemoor Hotel in Devon. Highly recommended wedding venue!



Changing colours yet still so vibrant and green. Autumn is here at The Edgemoor Hotel. This Devon Bride and Groom arrived in style.



Devon castle wedding at The Haldon Belvedere. Their gorgeous pet dog loved being part of their special day.



Sneaking a peak of the bride arriving at the ceremony.



Taken from the top of the castle tower at The Haldon Belvedere, Lawrence Castle in Exeter, Devon





By jesselliott, Sep 6 2017 01:30PM

The summer wedding season is nearly at a close but most definitely not over yet. The sun is still making regular appearances and I've still got plenty of wedding bookings to keep me busy.


This wedding season has been one of my busiest so far and I've loved every minute of it! I am passionate about my job and feel honoured to have witnessed and captured so many beautiful memories. I would love to say that every wedding has been held in bright, beautiful, glorious sunshine but this is Devon...in England, right?


As a wedding photographer the weather is a challenge. One I graciously accept. It's part of the job and teaches me to be flexible (indoor photo shoots are sometimes obligatory) and allows me to capture some of the most natural moments. Like this one...




Emily & Joe, following their ceremony at The Haldon Belvedere.


Let's face it, it's going to rain. It will rain at the most inconvenient moments. Like....a wedding day. Like...just when you are arriving at your venue and everyone throws confetti at your already wet face. It sticks.


For me the weather is, dare I say it, a highlight because of how us Brits deal with it. Most of us smile through, carry on regardless, British stiff upper lip and all that. We know it's a fact of life and we don't (pardon the pun) let it 'dampen our spirits'. We're a tough old lot.


Now this isn't to say that brides won't shed a tear at the forecast, as they wonder how to keep their pristine white dress, mud free. Of course you want beautiful, bright sunshine! Who doesn't want that for their wedding day?


However, when it gets to your big day, somehow the rain appears insignificant. Surrounded by friends, family and the love of your life, you quickly forget about the weather. Suddenly a sea of umbrellas appear and everyone makes it their duty to keep the beautiful bride dry. The bride and groom, totally loved up, almost oblivious to the frightful conditions because at the end of the day, as corny as it sounds, love is all you need. Sunshine, meh...that's just a bonus. So smile and laugh your way through it like thishappy couple did.


Right, off to splash in some puddles.


Emily & Joe arriving for their farm wedding reception.



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