Barford Park Farm Wedding – Jen & Greg

Barford Park Farm Wedding – Jen & Greg

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Barford Park Farm wedding

O my, where to even begin with this wonderful wedding!! Jen & Greg are the kind of people that as soon as you meet them, you just know they are 100% lovely and 100% made for each other. Like so many couples these last few years they had to arrange and rearrange their wedding more times than I can keep count, however on Thursday it finally happened and it was absolutely worth the wait.

The day began at Jen’s family home, with her parents, sister and best girls around her. I even got to meet the honorary bridesmaid Thomasina, the 100 year old family tortoise who looked particularly fetching in her floral corsage. The girls were all dressed in summer boho gorgeousness, with sage green dresses and pretty lose plaits in their hair.

The ceremony took place at St Mary’s Church in Eling, where Greg and his boys guided guests on where to sit and waited in anticipation for Jen and her Dad to arrive. As an extra special touch, Greg’s Mum sang in the choir whilst they signed their marriage certificate – the first time I and many others had heard live singing in 18 months and I won’t confirm or deny if I cried.

After a down pouring of confetti, guests exited to Barford Park Farm in Salisbury for the reception, whilst Jen, Greg and I stopped off in The New Forest for some couples photos. Also with us were Natalie & Elliot from Blush wedding videos; one of my favourite videography teams who I never fail to have the best day working alongside (seriously, book them – they’re amazing!)

The reception consisted of delicious canapes, plentiful drinks and wonderful speeches before what everyone was waiting for began….the party! It had been a loooooong time since anyone there had been on a dance floor so the opportunity was not wasted and everyone piled on the dance floor, but not before Jen & Greg were blasted with 6 confetti cannons!

What.a.day, you guys NAILED it! So much love to you both. MWAH!

If you’d like to speak to me about photographing your wedding at Barford Park Farm, feel free to contact me here. Thank you too to Charlotte Razzle for second shooting with me on the day, some of these photos are hers.


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Ashley Wood Farm in Salisbury Wedding – Alyx & Dan

Ashley Wood Farm in Salisbury Wedding – Alyx & Dan

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Ahh I’m not sure there are any wedding venues quite as beautiful as Ashley Wood Farm in Salisbury. It’s my number 1, favourite wedding venue to photograph in the world, and absolutely where I’d get married now if I were to do it all again (I’d pick the same husband though…most days) 😉

So when Alyx & Dan booked me for their July wedding, I was over the moon to discover it would be at Ashley Wood Farm. On what turned out to be one of the hottest days of the year…ANY year, we fanned out way through the most incredible party. The festivities were sky rocketed by England winning the footie (Alyx & Dan were kind enough to play the match on a projector for their guests) and it was great fun photographing guest trying and failing at the bucking bronco!

Such a great day, I laughed HARD. Thank you for having Holly and I along to share it with you, we absolutely loved it.

If you’d like to speak to me about photographing your wedding at Ashley Wood Farm for your Salisbury wedding, please drop me a line here.

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Winter Wedding at St John’s Place – Carleh & Vinnie

Winter Wedding at St John’s Place – Carleh & Vinnie

winter weddingahh what a BEAUTIFUL winter wedding Carleh & Vinnie had in Salisbury this December! I’m always delighted when someone books me to shoot at a venue I’ve not visited before, so when Carleh & Vinnie told me about The Medieval Hall and an old converted church called St John’s Place, you could say I was rather excited. Both venues are seeped in history and personality, and absolutely perfect for a cosy, winter wedding with twinkly fairy lights and candles.

The Medieval Hall is right next to Salisbury Cathedral, so after the ceremony we popped outside to wander round the grounds taking some couple photos. All the guests headed off to St John’s Place where they waited for us to arrive with confetti ready and poised, before everyone tucked in to a hearty meal of pie and mash – best wedding food ever!

What a gorgeous winter wedding, thank you so much for choosing me to photograph your fabulous day. Thank you too to Clare who second shot for me, some of these photos are hers.

If you’d like to talk to me about photographing your winter wedding, or any other kind for that matter, please contact me here.

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