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Newdowns Farm Wedding Photography

A portrait of a bride and groom on the coastline by Newdowns Farm.

Newdowns Farm is a ridiculously beautiful spot on the coast near St Agnes…

Newdowns Farm Wedding Field is a little piece of land up by The Beacon near St Agnes. It’s just sitting there waiting for you to pop a big wedding marquee on it and enjoy your wedding soaking in one of the best sunset spots in Cornwall. It is a stones throw from some of the most picturesque coastline in Cornwall. Fact.

I’m not sure marquee wedding venues get much better than this

Epic. A word easily thrown about on wedding blogs. But sometimes it’s deserved; and when you take a few minutes out from your wedding to walk the rugged coastline by Newdowns Farm and soak in those last rays of the sun dipping below the horizon, you will agree with me that only one word comes close to describing it. Epic.

Emma & James Wedding Day at Newdowns

Emma & James held their intimate ceremony at St Agnes Church, with just their nearest and dearest, before heading back over to Newdowns Farm for their wedding reception.

They had outdoor games, a game of Mr & Mrs, some funny speeches and loads of laughs. We made the most of the beautiful sunset before heading back to greet the evening guests. Some sparkler fun and dancing followed and capped off what was an awesome day all round.

Newdowns Farm Wedding Photographer

If you are planning an outdoor marquee wedding at Newdowns Farm or anywhere, give me a shout, I’ve documented loads of outdoor marquee and tipi weddings. They really suit my style and I love the laid back, fun vibe of outdoor weddings. Head down for a small selection of favourites from Emma & James Newdowns Farm wedding, enjoy!

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