Cain Manor Wedding Photography
This Cain Manor wedding is giving me all the feels today. Corinne & Adam had an amazing day with a coloured balloon installation, retro lighting and even their very own wedding curry! We were also lucky enough to have a little patch of woodland nearby where we let off some smoke grenades! Big thumbs up Corinne & Adam – you guys killed it!
Here’s what Corinne & Adam said about working with me:
“We cannot shout about Kirsty enough. She was just the best ever. We knew pretty much from the off we wanted her after seeing her portfolio and Instagram etc and then when we met her for the first time, it just solidified everything. She is so friendly yet professional and after our engagement shoot, it felt like we were literally best mates as she photographed us all over Bethnal Green, dipping into a few pubs along the way!
On the day, she was super chilled but just so professional and always on point. She has a way of capturing all these moments but you’re just like “WHEN and WHERE did she do that?!” We originally fell in love with her candid photos, the night time ones and the ones were she used the coloured flares. We were lucky enough to have them in ours and they came out so good. All in all, Kirsty effortlessly captured so many perfect parts and moods of the day and we would highly recommend her to any couples!”
Here’s a few of my favourites from the day. Supplier details can be found at the end of this post.
- Venue: Cain Manor
- Dress: Tarik Ediz
- Accessories: Etsy
- Shoes: Kurt Geiger
- Suit: Ted Baker
- Bridesmaid Outfits: Mix of ASOS and Topshop
- Flowers: Daisy Ellen
- Stationery: Adam designed everything – he’s a Graphic Designer so we didn’t have a choice!
- Cake: My mum made my cake!
- Band: The Tommy Guns
- Food: Bespoke Indian curry recipe made by Cain Manor but was Adam’s mum’s Lamb Raan recipe they used
- Décor: Lights – Goodwin & Goodwin
- Balloons – Bon Bon Balloons
If you’re planning a Cain Manor Wedding or looking for a quirky alternative wedding photographer get in touch, I’d love to hear all about your plans.
Kirsty is an alternative wedding photographer, specialising in creative documentary wedding photography that tells the story of your day. There’s no stiff awkward portraits, or Chandler Bing smiles; just meaningful moments and life long memories.