Despite having a photographer that live in England, a couple that live in Ireland, and a ceremony that took place in Poland, everything came together seamlessly for Asia and Krystian’s humanist ceremony and historic feast at Stary Mlyn (Old Mill).
With gorgeous details like the grooms suit (historical Polish wedding attire borrowed from a theatre), the soup served up in freshly baked bread bowls, and the bride and flower girls arriving by boat, it’s no surprise that this was one of my favourite weddings to date. Not to mention the gorgeous wild meadow near the venue, which looked like an impressionist’s painting.
Throughout the day there was the threat of rain which might have ruined Asia’s dream of a rustic outdoor ceremony. Luckily the weather held, right up until the couples first dance (outside!) and then the guests moved into the old mill for drinks and dancing. Music was provided courtesy of a live band and there were touching performances from the Asia’s children.
The plan had been for the couple to celebrate their union by emulating the 18th century weddings Asia had read about in books. I think you’ll agree when I say, it really was the perfect celebration.
As usual small selection from this lovely Outdoor Humanist Wedding. If you are considering an outdoor wedding ceremony in Bristol area or anywhere in Europe, please get in touch to discuss your wedding photography requirements.