Congratulations to Claire and Jack who recently tied the knot at Notley Tythe Barn. If Below is a selection of photos from their wedding day. If you are looking for a Notley Tythe Barn wedding photographer please get in touch.
My coverage of the wedding day started with me photographing Claire as she got ready at the Long Crendon Manor in the Lady de L’Isle’s bedroom. She was joined by her four bridesmaids (two of which were her sisters) and her flower girl.
Meanwhile, my second photographer was photographing Jack as he prepared for the day at The Mole and Chicken in Long Crendon.
The wedding ceremony was wonderful, it was lovely to see Jack, overwhelmed with emotion upon seeing his beautiful bride. After the ceremony, the newlyweds and I head to the Oil Seed Rape’ fields on the farm and took some gorgeous couple portraits. I then took a few group shots of the bride and groom with their family and friends before everyone head inside for wedding breakfast.
Between courses, guests played a game of ‘How well do you know the bride and groom?’ where guests were asked a series of multiple-choice questions and had to put their hands on their heads or bottom to select their answer.
Following the wedding breakfast, the father of the bride, groom and best man all gave their speeches. At golden hour I took the couple for a short walk to capture a few more lovely portraits in the beautiful light.
I had a lovely time as Claire and Jack’s Notley Tythe Barn wedding photographer. If you would like to see more photos from their wedding please view the slideshow below which is set to the music the couple’s first dance, ‘Red Red Wine’ by UB40.