I’ve been lucky enough to be the tunnels beaches wedding photographer a number of times now, and I am now convinced more than ever that the tunnels are some magic portal that sends you to the Mediterranean when you pass through them. The forecast for this day was rain – lots of it and I had my raincoat and umbrella packed. The magic tunnels however granted us the most fantastic sunshine all day and the most spectacular sunset. I am such a sucker for a good sunset. We started the day in the tunnels beaches own onsite accommodation – the courtyard – for the getting ready shots and we had some lovely window light coming through for the hair and makeup artists. Then through the tunnels for an outdoor ceremony and drinks reception before heading to the beach (whilst the tide was out) for the group shots. Being a West facing venue on the coast, you get the sun streaming into the venue as it sets for some gorgeous light and I was always keeping an eye on any clouds on the horizon to predict when to ahead down for our golden hour bride and groom portrait session. We ended up heading down to the beach a couple of times to make the most of the light. We finished things up with some very energetic dancing to a DJ set by the wedding spinner and of course a customary drunken, heath and safety nightmare sparkler session just after the sun went down. I’m really proud of the images I took here and definitely have some great portfolio material. I hope to get invited back to tunnels beaches to be a wedding photographer again soon! If you are looking for a tunnels beaches wedding photographer and you like the images above, then please do get in touch!
If you would like to see some of my images from a barn wedding in the Cotswolds, you can view that here.