Wedding Photography at The Rosevine Hotel
The Rosevine Hotel wedding venue is, as described by the Rosevine themselves, a big house by the sea! But that doesn’t really do it justice, it’s so much more than that!
With lovely tiered gardens, stunning views of the coast, amazing accommodation with sea-views and relaxed, charming staff. It’s everything you need for an intimate wedding, or a big party wedding, by the coast!
The Roseland Peninsula is a beautiful area, and after driving down winding lanes you eventually will come to The Rosevine. Just a couple minutes walk down the lane from the house, you will find Porthcurnick Beach, a perfect place for a stroll on your wedding day.
The Rosevine Hotel can cater for up to 65 guests for intimate weddings in the house itself, and over 65 guests for larger weddings in a tipi marquee on the lawn.
Sophie and Ben’s Rosevine Wedding
Sophie and Ben travelled down from ‘up north’ for their wedding day at the Rosevine Hotel. I should qualify that by saying that practically everywhere is ‘up north’ to me as a Cornish local!
Sophie started her day at The Rosevine, Ben started at The Alverton Manor. They held their wedding ceremony at The Alverton, making good use of their Great Hall to fit all of their guests in comfortably! After some epic confetti-ing (?) they headed back over to The Rosevine in a stylish wedding campervan, with the guests in some Cornish coaches!
After greeting their guests by the tipi, we snuck off for a few portraits just before the speeches and then the dinner started. Top quality and funny speeches by the way, certainly controversial anyway, especially the best men!
Basically what followed was an epic party with a great band and tons of dancing and drinks; an awesome day all round!
If you are considering holding a Rosevine Hotel Wedding, and want a documentary wedding photographer, then contact me for a chat today.
Scroll down to see a selection from this awesome wedding day!
p.s. I was assisted with second shooting at this wedding by the talented Dan Ward; cheers for the help Dan!