There are not many locations in Bermuda that I haven’t photographed a wedding at these days and so you can imagine how delighted I was to have the opportunity to work with Ash and Eddy on Hinson’s Island. Nestled in amongst other islands in Hamilton Harbour, Hinson’s has a handful of family homes along with some fun, covered pathways that cut across the island through the trees. One of these pathways was to be their ceremony site and although logistically challenging it couldn’t have been more captivating!
Like many couples Ash and Eddy had to downsize their plans due to Covid and as such everything stayed very small and intimate. Cocktails were back at their place and then it was a relaxing cruise to Harbourfront for dinner with a spectacular sunset serenading them along. A perfect day – congrats to you both!
Planning by Bermuda Bride | Flowers by Gimi | Hair by Raquel at Blue Print | Makeup by Afrodite
Sarah and Doug had planned a Bermuda Elopement long before Covid popped onto the scene and they certainly weren’t going to let a global pandemic get in the way! While they did have to tweak the date and parents were unable to join, it was still everything they had hoped it would be.
The plan was to get ready at The Rosewood and then off to the Unfinished Church for a beautiful, romantic ceremony. Friends and family tuned in over zoom and seeing both of them finally able to be married was epic. From there it was pictures in and around the church before being whisked off to the Rosewood Beach. As you can see from the shots below there was lots of fun in the sand and water. A wonderful evening for a wonderful couple.
Thanks so much for coming to Bermuda, it was a blast!
Bermuda is well known for its beaches but few get the opportunity to venture into Tucker’s Town (a gated community in the East end) where lie a couple of exquisite and unique beaches, Frick’s and Windsor. This was the perfect backdrop for Heidi and Patrick’s session, empty, stunning beaches, all for us! These two are on the countdown to their wedding next year and it was the perfect opportunity to chat on their plans and ideas.
Elopements prior to our current epidemic were gaining in popularity and I think we are going to see many more going forward, it’s a great way to cut through the difficulties that large weddings can cause!
Sarah and James had planned to be wed off island in June but with air travel shut down they decided instead to get married on the family property with immediate family present. With such a stunning setting available there was not much more needed, the simplicity of the day worked beautifully. Their ceremony took place in a citrus orchard not far from the house and after they performed the traditional planting of a Bermuda Cedar tree.
For Emily and Michael’s session there was never any question where it would take place, they love being on the water. Heading to Somerset we cruised under Somerset Bridge and into Ely’s Harbour where we had our pick of islands and beaches. You simply can’t access some of the Bermuda’s best spots without a boat and it was a real treat to work in such a unique setting. The second half of our time was a zip across the Sound and into Hamilton Harbour where our backdrop were the properties along Harbour Road.
An evening boat ride with a lovely couple, amazing weather and some champagne, what’s not to love!
It’s May 2020, the world has gone mad with a global pandemic and big, crazy weddings are all but a distant memory. But… Ashleigh and Max had picked a very special day – May 23rd and they were going to get married, no two ways about it. Not only was it to be their wedding day but 45 years ago that same day Ashleigh’s parents were married. While there certainly were some limitations on numbers it didn’t mean they couldn’t have a beautiful and intimate ceremony and instead of their 140 plus guests being there in person, they all tuned in on ZOOM!
Tucked away in a garden oasis in Sandy’s Parish is the amazing Ledgelets Cottage Colony, a small cluster of traditional Bermuda cottages that make you feel like you’re in a time machine from the hay day of Bermuda. As you move around the property you forget that there is bustling island all around. A truly magical wedding that just goes to show Bermuda Weddings really are the best!
Amazingly all pulled together by Emma at Memorable Moments along with Allie at Ledgelets who both worked so hard to make this happen for Ash & Max!
You can’t beat a big backyard wedding, especially when it’s like this one! Tons of details, beautiful locations, hidden pathways, the best band and even home brewed beer, what more could you ask for? Chelsea and Cameron had an ambitious plan that saw us in many locations with several modes of transport, it’s not often boats and horses are featured in the same wedding. All of their extensive planning paid off and what a day it was, certainly one of my wedding highlights of the year.
Planners – All the Trimmings | Entertainment – Working Title | Flowers – Suzan Sickling | Makeup – Afroditi | Hair – Raquel @ Blueprint | Videographer – LDS Multimedia
It’s always a fun session when you have a couple that want to do a few pictures in the water. Kristyn & Aaron were in Bermuda planning their June wedding and what better time to get together for an engagement session. Kristyn had said she wanted to go all in (literally) at their session so I knew that they were down for whatever. As you can see a great energy and definitely high expectations for their big day!
Sandymount is one of Bermuda’s hottest new venues and guest houses. It boasts killer views of the Northshore and has so much character with old its Bermuda charm. Sarah and Brian had already impressed me so much at their session with their easy going personalities and commitment to get the shot! The wedding day truly tested them as the wind was howling and the seas were angry. We knew we’d be ok for the ceremony but heading down the cliffside paths with salt spray and lashing winds were another story. Sarah didn’t even hesitate and off we went into the unknown, clamoring over the rocks (this is why we do hair UP and TIGHT!).
As you can see it was certainly worth it, we got some great shots with some fun people and all made it back in one piece – such great couple!
Sarah left me a very kind review where she describes much better than I do how hard the wind made it :
Flying to Bermuda from Florida, and knowing photos were one of the most important things to me as a future Bride, I was very nervous. We flew down in Jan 19′, met with Gavin, and I immediately knew I could relax. We flew down again for our wedding a few weeks ago (Oct 19′) and he shot our engagement session a few days before our wedding. It was so nice shooting with Gavin. Let’s just say that my husband’s least favorite thing is taking photos and he even had fun! The session helped us both get acclimated to what it would be like on our special day, and seeing how Gavin made our shoot fun, adventurous, and creative… we were now even more excited and relaxed for our wedding day. Our wedding came… along with 30MPH crazy winds and we had to make a few last minute changes. With Gavin being so calm and confident that everything was still going to be amazing, this bride (normally a control freak) completely let go, went with the flow and now I can’t imagine it any differently. He asked us multiple times if we would still be comfortable doing so, but he knew it was very important to me to climb down the rocky stairs of SandyMount, climb on the cliffs/rocks, with the waves crashing around us, and we of course said yes! Dress ruined and all….. his photo delivery (1 week later) was everything we ever hoped and dreamed of! Gavin is a class act, professional, super laid back, up for anything, unbelievable photographer. And his passion for his work is evident the second you meet him. So thankful for our experience with him.
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