Barn Wedding Photography
This style of wedding is so popular at the moment – most of the barn venues local to me in the Buckinghamshire area tell me they are getting more bookings than ever before, and I can understand why! So many couples fall in love with these charming rustic wedding venues, with their fabulous aged oak beams, their high ceilings, and their lovely countryside locations. The atmosphere that a barn creates on a wedding day is unique, and for many couples it’s the only consideration for their big day.
In the gallery above you’ll see some of the most recent pictures from the local barn weddings I’ve attended in the Bucks and Herts area. These include the following barn venues in Buckinghamshire: The Tudor Barn in Burnham, The Tythe Barn near Thame, Old Luxters Barn near Henley on Thames, Ye Olde Bell in Hurley, Chenies Manor near Chorleywood and Monkton Barn near Marlow. The Five Arrows Hotel also has a gorgeous rustic coach house which seats up to 60 guests in their wonderful Waddesdon location. In Hertfordshire there are fabulous barn wedding options at Brocket Hall near Welwyn Garden City with far reaching lakeside views. The Priory’s very spacious barn in Little Wymondley is just gorgeous too, and Micklefield Hall in Sarratt also has a beautifully restored barn. Great Fosters‘ magnificent huge barn in Egham is a stunning option if you’re looking for a Surrey venue. For couples in the Berkshire area, Lillebrooke Manor near Maidenhead is an amazing rural hidden gem, and 170 guests can be accommodated in the great medieval barn, with up-to 120 guests in their smaller barn.
These fabulous mostly medieval barns in the Home Counties all provide the most amazing backdrops for your wedding photography. If you’re looking for a photographer for your barn wedding in the Buckinghamshire or Hertfordshire area, I’d love to hear from you.