I love a good DIY wedding and it doesn’t come anymore DIY and personal than hosting the biggest day of your life in the garden of your childhood family home. Francesca & Tom asked me to be their Worcestershire Wedding Photographer & it really was a true joy to be a part of their day. Hearing Fran talk about her childhood as we took pictures in the very locations those stories took place, was so nice and I’m sure there could be no other place in the world she would have rather had her wedding.
The ceremony was held at a local church down the road which was jam-packed with their guests. After all the ‘i dos’ and confetti throwing, everyone made their way back to the farm and enjoyed the glorious weather, drinking outside and laughing together. A massive marquee had been erected on the grounds of the farm everyone jumped inside for the speeches and food.
We managed to get some photos during the dying seconds of the sunset before one of the most EPIC dance floors I’ve had the joy to photograph went down. Seriously, these guys took it to the next level…the free bar probably helped that 🙂
A massive thank you to Fran & Tom for trusting me to capture their DIY Worcestershire Wedding.
Your Worcestershire Wedding Venue
I’ve had the pleasure of photographing many weddings in Worcestershire now and every time I cross the county lines it’s been fantastic. There’s a wedding venue for everyone around these parts. I’ve had the pleasure of photographing weddings at Country Houses like the Pendrell Hall & Birtsmorten Court and also great barn venues like Mill Barns & Redhouse Barns. If you fancy something bigger, how about a Castle? yep, Worcestershire has a few to choose from but last year I got to photograph a wedding at Rowton Castle. It really is the county when any kind of wedding is possible.
Are you looking for a Worcestershire Wedding Photographer?
If you’re looking for a creative, fun and relaxed wedding photographer to photograph your Worcestershire wedding, get in touch and let’s talk about your wedding day.