SANDHOLE OAK BARN WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY
A nice summer visit to Sandhole Oak Barn for Amy & Tom’s Wedding Photography. This wedding was an absolute corker from start to finish, I didn’t stop taking photographs all day long. I got to Sandhole Oak Barn at early doors to get started with the bridal preparations. Upon arriving, it felt like a scene from Bambi. I sawso many country side animals running across my path, rabbits, stouts, ducks, horses and a whole lotta swifts, whizzing past from catching flies in a nearby Cheshire field. This wedding venue is a lovely barn style and has loads of hot spots for taking photographs all around the grounds, perfect for my style of photography.
Amy + Tom hired Red Floral Architects to add a magnificent amount of detail to the venue, who came up trumps in creating a visually stunning tree table pieces, flower chandeliers, and a grand bridal bouquet. They also added flower decorations for the pews at Saint James and St. Paul Marton. By the way, this church is stunning! A twisted and bent crooked oak structure with a Tudor trait exterior, one of the best churches I have been to. After the church we headed back to Sandhole Oak Barn for canapes and a good time! After the wedding breakfast, I got the chance to take an abundance of seriously cool images, we even got into a field. Amy + Tom was up for vaulting a fence to get into the field, and it was well worth the effort so I could capture some artistic shots of them both and have a little breather from the wedding. It was a shriek from a mouse thst concluded our little field session when Amy shouted ”Get me out of here!”.
A lovely cloud break sunset finalised the evening for a perfect ending to a spectacular day. I had the best time and came away with some the best images I have ever took, and I hope you all enjoy them too. Below is a credit to a list of vendors who helped make this Sandhole Oak Barn Wedding Photography amazing. Don’t forget to leave a comment of what you think of my work down at the bottom, or even give us a share to someone you know who needs a wedding photographer.