One of my favourite types of weddings to shoot is barn weddings, so I was over the moon when Chloe & Colin asked me to photograph their special day at Tithe Barn in Hampshire. Tithe Barn is huge and O so pretty, with a high beamed ceiling and white walls, not to mention a huge garden out the front, just perfect for a wedding! I absolutely adored Chloe’s green floral bridesmaid’s dresses – one of my favourites of the year. Just the right side of formal for a wedding but floaty and summery and so so pretty.
The details inside the barn were simply gorgeous too and so well thought out; all pastels and floral. The flowers smelt amazing as soon as you walked in!
Thankfully Chloe & Colin were totally up for wading their way through a corn field with me for their couple shots, and I’m so glad they were as I love these sun drenched photos! Thank you for being such good sports guys, I absolutely loved sharing your day with you and your lovely families.
A big thank you too for Clare West for second shooting with me on the day, some of these photos are hers.
If you’d like to speak to me about shooting your Tithe Barn wedding or any other for that matter, feel free to contact me here.
Soooo much wedding gorgeousness happened at Kristi & Ben’s wedding at The Old Vicarage in Christchurch, I barely know where to start! So I’ll let the images show you what a gorgeous couple, a gorgeous venue, gorgeous styling and a gorgeous sunny day we had.
Kristi & Ben had lots of sunflowers decorating The Old Vicarage and in Kristi’s bouquet, and – wonderfully – there was a sunflower field right outside the hotel which was PERFECT for their couple shots!
One of my favourite weddings of the year, thank you for being just wonderful and totally up for my crazy suggestions. You guys are fabulous xx
If you’d like to speak to me about photographing your wedding at The Old Vicarage or any other wedding for that matter, feel free to contact me here.
One of my all time favourite types of weddings are garden marquee weddings – I just love how laid back and relaxed they are when the marquee is somewhere that the couple feel comfortable and familiar with. Plus you can make it totally unique to you without fear that it looks like someone else’s wedding…not to mention no music curfew! (If you have understanding neighbours of course).
Judy & Simon’s wedding absolutely didn’t disappoint, as they had a huge marquee erected in a family friends’ beautiful garden, which was big enough to fit all of their many friends and family. It was a gorgeously hot July day, so after they said their vows and sang the worship songs, guests were able to sit and mingle out in the sunshine and enjoy the hotdog canapés.
The fabulous garden in full bloom made a perfect backdrop for their family and couple shots, before everyone was seated inside to enjoy the food and the evening’s entertainment.
A truly fabulous day, thank you so much for sharing it with me!
If you’d like to discuss me shooting your garden marquee wedding or any other type for that matter, feel free to contact me here.