Hanbury Barn Wedding Photographer
What can I tell you about Hanbury Wedding Barn Photography?!
Well, as you can see from Emma & Alex’s wedding, it’s a beautiful place, surrounded by fields with it’s very own lake.
The barns have been lovingly restored from their previous use and now provide wonderful space for your wedding. There have different barns for different parts of the day so you can flow from one to the next as your wedding progresses.
Reasons to choose Hanbury Wedding Barn for your venue:–
- A rustic ceremony barn
- Light and airy reception barn
- Set in the heart of the National Forest with eco credentials
A Staffordshire Wedding Venue in the National Forest
With room for both Bridal and Groom prep, Emma & Alex were able to make the most of their day at Hanbury Wedding Barn. Secreted in different parts of the barns they were able to spend time with their friends as they got ready.
As reactions go, this one from Emma’s Dad is pretty awesome!
There’s an 18th century, converted red brick barn, for the wedding ceremony. It’s full of light and has original exposed beams.
Emma’s brother wasn’t able to make it from overseas, but with wi-fi and video calling, he was still able to be a part of the day!
Double confetti at this wedding, both as they came back down the aisle plus outside in the courtyard. If you’re looking for advice about wedding confetti then I’ve got a blog on that very subject!
After drinks outside it was time to eat, in the Eland Barn. This one has high ceilings and full height windows that let in oodles of light!
A Hanbury Wedding Barn Photographer
Then, after speeches, finally in to the Woodend Barn for the party and more Hanbury Wedding Barn Photography!
This wedding was late October with glorious autumn sunshine as everyone spilled outside.
Time for confetti, drinks and canapes.
If you’re looking for Crumplebury Farm Wedding Photography, (or for anywhere else), then please get in touch. I’d love to have a chat!