Josh and Lou chose the gorgeous Minsteracres for their wedding ceremony. A spectacular Grade II listed building surrounded by stunning giant redwoods.

      The Church at Minsteracres Retreat was like nothing I have ever seen before, the ceiling was magnificant with colourful decorated tiles and yellow walls. The Parish St Elizabeth is such a pretty church and perfect for a wedding ceremony.  From Minsteracres it was a short drive to the reception at Derwent Sailing Club. This was a special place for Josh, as he spent most of his childhood here, with the rest of his sailing-mad family. The speeches went down well, and the pea-shooter wedding favours added an interesting dynamic for anyone unfortunate enough to be a standing target!

      Josh and Lou’s first dance was a work of art, perfectly choreographed and executed.

      The same probably couldn’t be said for the Ceilidh that took place afterwards, though the enthusiasm certainly couldn’t be questioned. We also had a lot of fun for Josh and Lou’s shoot down by the reservoir, even though I did end up a little wet and muddy. What a silly place to put a giant puddle! Thank you for making me part of your special day, Minsteracres is such a fantastic location for a wedding. lots of love, Lindsey X Minsteracres Wedding Retreat.


      Lindsay & John – ‘She made us feel relaxed and comfortable’ – 5/5

      We had the privilege of choosing Lindsey to be our photographer for our autumn wedding. From our first meeting to getting our photos Lindsey made us feel relaxed and comfortable. She was professional and calm through the day, acting like a ninja to perfectly capture every moment.  Thank you for being so awesome. The photos are great.