The haybarn at Beechenhill farm was the perfect venue for Fern and Pete's rustic, shabby chic wedding. This is a couple whose impressive attention to detail made for a uniquely eye-pleasing sight. From the flowers in the bike basket and vintage kettle, to the beautifully decorated wedding cake finished in animal silhouettes, it was clear this was to be no ordinary wedding.
We gathered under the balconies in the main barn area for the very moving ceremony, before celebrating the newlyweds with a glass of bubbly outside. Although the sun tried its best to lighten the proceedings, our wellies came in very handy. Due to the changeable weather, we did manage to capture some dramatic skies, when I took the bride and groom for a little walk to get some shots of them alone together.
I managed to get a few more photos of the couple together after the wedding breakfast took place. We went for a walk through the pastoral surroundings; up and down farm paths, into the thick of flower-filled meadows, this served as a perfect backdrop.
Given the time of year and the sun deciding to make up for earlier failings, there was still plenty of light right up until after everyone had hit the dance floor at the end of occasion.
Pete and Fern's wedding a was a very romantic one. Many friend and family members were moved to tears at what was a very memorable marriage. I thoroughly enjoyed photographing the new husband and wife team and would like to wish them all the very best in their future together.
Supplier Shout Out:
Videographer: Daniel Yates Films
The dress was Ashlyn by Anna Campbell, from Jean Jackson Couture
Band is Stand Apart from the band boutique
Flowers Nadia DiTullio - http://www.nadiaditullio.com
Makeup by Holly McDermott freelance under makeup by Jodie
Concetta Del Gaudio - Hair
Quartet - Highly Strung
Food - Zest4events
Hog roast - Pigout
Cake made by Dianne Youle (Mother of the groom)