Buckinghamshire Barn Wedding Photography
Good relationships with other wedding suppliers are essential in the wedding industry. It’s because of a great relationship with super wedding caterers Bovingdons that Lizzie and Charlie found me for their Buckinghamshire Barn wedding photography. It turns out that they were perfect clients for my style of natural, unposed documentary wedding photography, as they place far higher importance on spending quality time with their family and friends than hours posing for wedding portraits.
Wedding Ceremony In An Open Barn
I started my pictures with Lizzie’s preparations near to Charlie’s parents Buckinghamshire Barn home, the venue for later that day. It was a busy morning with several family members staying at the accommodation. Meanwhile, David headed over to the Barns where they were preparing for the ceremony, and some of their family and friends had gathered for choir practice, to be performed later during the ceremony. He captured some great moments before the bridal party arrived ready for the ceremony in one of the barn buildings. Thankfully, it was a gorgeous early Spring day, so the open sided barn was a great setting for the ceremony.
Spring Barn Wedding Photography
The family home was a perfect setting for a Spring Barn wedding, with gorgeous views over the Buckinghamshire countryside. Guests enjoyed the views with canapés before the wedding breakfast and speeches back in the barn. After some evening cocktails, the dancing got underway, and the party was well under way when our coverage ended. You can see our favourite story-telling images in the slideshow above. If you’re interested in barn weddings, check out this super Tithe Barn wedding photography, or you might also be interested in some Notley Abbey wedding photography.
Roz Chandler from Field Gate Flowers
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