This week on English Wedding is one of beautiful contrasts. Today is a quiet, thoughtful and peaceful day – and this blog feature is about pure, enchanting and beautiful wedding photography. Kevin Mullins is a fantastic reportage wedding photographer and I want to show you one of his latest weddings.
Emily and Andrew’s Wiltshire wedding
Emily and Andrew were married in May at Malmesbury Abbey, a historical abbey dating back to the twelfth century, with incredible period architecture used to beautiful effect in Kevin Mullins’s wedding photography.
There’s a tranquil beauty to these wedding photographs. Scroll down slowly and enjoy.
Malmesbury Abbey is stunning. Some features date back to 1180… the porch below is one. That’s 830 years of history – what a place to get married.
The wedding reception is at The Old Bell Hotel, England’s oldest hotel just a short walk from Malmesbury Abbey.
(From their website:) The Old Bell Hotel is grade 1 listed with antiques and cosy corners, log fires in the winter, well tended gardens in the summer and friendly staff all year round, all of which contribute towards its own special charm.
Kevin says on his blog, “the speeches were both funny and very emotional, with lots of poignant moments and tears.”
Seeing this wedding makes me feel very privileged… it was a beautiful occasion and the emotions captured on camera are really special. I love a wedding blog that tells a story, and in such historic surroundings.
See more from Emily and Andrew’s wedding day on Kevin Mullins’s wedding photography blog