The Blog

Welcome to the Nova Wedding Photography blog page where we share some of our favourite images from wonderful weddings all over the beautiful Devon, Cornwall, Somerset, Dorset and the South West.

Shilstone House, South Devon
A beautiful Spring wedding at Shilstone House, a quintessentially English manor steeped in History in the rolling countryside of the South Hams in South Devon
Rockbeare Manor, Devon
A gorgeous and relaxed smaller Summer wedding at Rockbeare Manor near Exeter in Devon
The Barn at South Milton, Devon
A rainy but wonderfully happy and relaxed seaside wedding at The Barn at South Milton in South Devon
Kingston Estate
An incredibly beautiful and relaxed wedding at the stunning Devon venue Kingston Estate. Steve and I captured the day as a team of two in our relaxed, candid Nova style of documentary wedding photography.
Rockbeare Manor, Devon
Laura and David's Spring wedding at Rockbeare manor. A beautiful outdoor ceremony and the bluebell woods...
Rockbeare manor near Exeter, Devon
A few of our favourite photos from the October Autumn wedding of Nicky and Rhys held at Rockbeare Manor near Exeter by documentary wedding photographers Nova
Rockbeare Manor near Exeter, Devon
Steve and I were thrilled to be the chosen photographers for Aimée and Andy - owners of the beautiful Rockbeare manor. Here's a small selection from their intimate and very special day...
Some sage advice from me - Katherine, photographer of over 300 weddings on how you really can with a little forethought and planning have an effortlessly relaxed and stress-free wedding day!
Babington House
A relaxed Spring wedding with beautiful flowers and styling at country estate Babington House, part of Soho House in Frome, Somerset
Dittisham, South Devon.
Hannah and Fraser's relaxed Summer wedding in a marquee beside the River Dart in beautiful Dittisham, South Devon. We do love big relaxed marquee weddings with gracious, lovely guests who know how to enjoy themselves! Great food, drink and partying and loads to photograph, a lovely walk down the hill from the church and some hysterical speeches.