Old Luxters Barn Wedding Photography
Photographing weddings at Old Luxters Barn
Old Luxters Barn is stunning wedding venue on the Oxfordshire Buckinghamshire border. The beautiful 17th Century barn is situated within the Chiltern Valley Vineyard, perched up high above the quintessential English village of Hambleden with its pretty chocolate box church and workers cottages.
The sympathetically restored barn combines a wonderful mix of rustic charm and modern conveniences throughout. Old Luxters can hold civil ceremonies for up to 100 guests, with the capacity for an extra 50 evening guests. The barn is completely flexible in terms of layout and decor, so putting your own personal stamp on the interiors is no problem.
Old Luxters enclosed orchard provides the most idyllic location for reception drinks and photographs, on a sunny day this is the place to be!
Barn weddings are definitely in vogue right now, and I’ve seen a big surge over recent years for this style of simple rustic wedding. I know Old Luxters is one of the most popular barn locations locally, and I can see why, as this place is fabulous. Their food is pretty special too; for most barn weddings the food is often a simple affair provided by outside caterers, but this is not the case at Old Luxters. Their in-house chefs prepare your food to the same exacting standards as some of the top 5 star country house hotels that I visit.
Old Luxters has so many fabulous backdrops for your wedding photographs! The barn itself is as pretty as can be, then there’s the lovely courtyard at the front of the building with its old world charm. The vineyard also provides an excellent opportunity for photographs, as it also paints a picture of where your wedding took place. On my gallery you’ll see some of the many options that are available for your Old Luxters wedding photography.
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