“A Country Life” – An English Country Wedding – Images by Big Eye Photography

Today I am thrilled to share the gorgeous English country Wedding of Paul and Amy captured beautifully by Big Eye Photography.



Bigeye Photography was born in 2008 out of a prolonged passion for capturing beautiful images and recording life through the lens.

Being a self-confessed perfectionist, Marcus Ward works single handedly to ensure he gets to know his clients, which gives him the ability to guide the client through the whole experience, from the pre-wedding shoot to the presentation of the photos.

His many other passions in life include his scrumptious little boy – Thomas, his Diana Lomo F film camera, Scrabble (if he wins…), Pepperami, Pickled Onion Monster Munch (old style!), quiet mid-week breaks away, his Onitsuka Tigers and a nice glass of red. Simple pleasures…

He says “My wedding photography is inspired by capturing loved-up couples, stunning backdrops and the intricate details that make a wedding day so unique and special.”

“No wedding day is the same and I love the organisation and planning that goes into your day, just as much as I love capturing the images and creating photobooks.”

Marcus shares his recollections of a glorious day with Paul and Amy,

“Paul and Amy were married in the beautiful Cotswold village of Coberley, where they live, at Coberley Church. It really is stunning, comprising only a few houses and a real countryside feel, despite it being only about three minutes out of Cheltenham.”

“During my meetings previously with Paul and Amy I quickly realised that they love black and white images and that flowers would play a large part  in the detail of their wedding. Their beautiful cottage garden gave that away immediately.”

“After taking a few photos at Amy’s house, I met Paul at the Church where he greeted the guests, then made my way back up to the road outside the Church where Amy was walking from her house to her wedding.”

“The two things I love the most about Coberley Church are the way it is always flooded with light, and the small paddock that backs onto the Church, which is perfect for group photos, with the Church in the background.”

“Following a beautiful service and after a walk back up through the village, the reception was held in a marquee adjacent to a cornfield, with beautiful flowers in teacups and jars dotted around, including home grown sweet peas! …just gorgeous!” 







 Thank you to Marcus for sharing his work. I just love all the little floral and rustic touches to the couples day. Lots of vibrant colour and beautiful wild blooms perfectly bringing together the countryside laid back feel.


To Contact Big Eye Photography

Website: http://www.bigeyephotography.co.uk/

Email: Marcusward@bigeyephotography

Phone: 01242 514 591

Blog: http://www.blog.bigeyephotography.co.uk/

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MarcusJamesWard

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bigeyephoto


UK Wedding Blogger with an eclectic style based in Glasgow

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.