Milling Barn Wedding Photography
Building relationships with my couples and their families is so important to me. This Milling Barn wedding was particularly special because I had photographed the Bride’s sisters wedding a few years earlier.
I was thrilled to be asked again, and entrusted, to photograph another family wedding.
Megan and Tony chose the Milling Barn for their wedding day. Surrounded by Hertfordshire countryside, the Milling Barn is a 17th Century converted oak barn in Buntingford, Hertfordshire.
I joined Megan and her bridesmaids at her family home in the morning. With three sisters as well as nephews and nieces the morning was a hive of noise and activity, all nestled under a cloud of hairspray.
With the ceremony approaching I made my way to The Milling Barn to meet up with Tony and his Groomsmen, as guests took their seats waiting for the arrival of the bridal party.
Megan and Tony held their wedding ceremony in the Dairy Barn, which used to be an old milking parlour. This meant the main barn could already be set up and tables decorated for their wedding breakfast
Following the ceremony wedding guests enjoyed ice creams, and champagne outside on the lawn. Entertainment was provided by magician Steve Rowe (as well as the little bridal party who provided the free entertainment). The drinks reception seemed to pass in a flash and before we knew it, it was time to take our seats back in the barn.