Notley Tythe Barn Wedding Photography
Photographing weddings at Notley Tythe Barn
Notley Tythe Barn Nestles in the quintessential Chiltern Hills on the Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire border, and the 12th Century barn is an ancestral part of the local rural landscape.
The Reynolds family have been farming Notley for over 350 years, and after extensive restoration works to the 12th Century barn, they’ve been hosting weddings at this wonderful rural venue for almost 30 years. Nowadays the barn has a whole new lease of life as it echoes to the sound of wedding celebrations rather than the toil of harvesting farm workers. Many of the original beams frame this wonderfully high ceilinged barn, and the huge doors open into the gardens, whilst the farmland and the rolling Chiltern Hills complete the fabulous vista.
The main barn seats up to 140 guests, while the permanent marquee extension can seat an additional 60.
My favourite backdrop for photography at Notley Tythe Barn has to be the actual interior of the 12th Century barn, it is so very beautiful from every angle. I also like using the rustic stone walls too, they are great for portraits or classic poses, the warmth of the limestone adds such a fabulous glow to my work. You can see examples of portraits of brides and grooms against these beautiful stone walls in my gallery above.
I hope my picture gallery does this lovely barn venue justice! If you’d like to discuss your Notley Tythe Barn wedding photography requirements, I’d love to hear from you, or if you’d like to learn more about hosting your wedding at Notley Tythe Barn click here.
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