Prussia Cove Wedding Photography in the Winter
This was my first time photographing a wedding here, and it was a delight to provide the Prussia Cove wedding photography. Ailana and Robin’s Winter wedding setting was the amazing coastal manor house Porth En Alls in Prussia Cove, Cornwall. Previously King’s Cove, it was once used by the 18th-century ship-wrecker and smuggler John Carter. He was also known as the “King of Prussia”, hence it’s name today. The small private estate is now home to a victorian house and several Coastguard Cottages, ideal overnight accommodation for the wedding guests!
Cliff Top Wedding
The weekend began on the Friday night with real ale and cider in one of the estate’s barns. Then on a bracing Saturday morning Robin and the rest of the groomsmen had bacon butties followed by a quick dip in the Atlantic Ocean. Meanwhile, the bride was getting ready in the old stone manor house. A beautiful ceremony in the manor house led on to some quick portraits on the coastal path and back to the start of the party, complete with candle lit diner, and a beautiful fireworks display over the Ocean.
During the party, I decided to photograph the fireworks from a distance. I took a 10 minute walk along the cliffs so I could show the rugged coastline with the fireworks.
If this is the kind of natural wedding photography you’d enjoy at your wedding, then please get in touch and I’ll send you full pricing and some more information about my wedding photography.