Notley Tythe Barn Wedding – Sammi & Martin
Such Beautiful weather for this amazing Notley Tythe Barn Wedding!
Notley Tythe Barn Wedding – Sammi & Martin – After saying hello to Sammi to start bride prep photography at Long Crendon Manor, the first thing she did was give me a Terry’s Chocolare Orange as a gift! So thoughtful as these are my most fave things to snack on during a wedding day, thank you so much! Bride prep was amazing. Sammi and her bride squad just laughed and joked all the way through the morning and the beautiful dress supplied by the Bridal House in Aston Clinton was just jaw dropping. Working with Laura Carroll MUA it all started to come together ready to leave for St James The Great Church in Bierton, in the beautiful classic car driven by Andy from Allerston Taylor & Regency Carriages.
Martin, as most grooms are, looked a little nervous, but seeing the stunning Sammi walk up the aisle the smile on that face just said it all. During the first song in the church Sammi was clapping and singing to Martin, having such a good time it was hard to not get caught up in how much fun they were having. After a ring drop and a scramble to catch it as it rolled round in circles in the aisle, Sammi and Martin then danced their way out of the church after the service and with a set or group shots and some awesome confetti, we were all set to travel to Notley Tythe Barn for the wedding breakfast and celebrations.
We stopped in the lane approaching the barn so Sammi & Martin could complete a set of photos with the classic car and with only a minimal delay we were at the barn to complete the group shots and to take just a few more portraits. Speeches followed the wedding breakfast and they took a little break from convention, by having a Mother of the Bride Speech and Maid of Honour speech before the conventional Groom and Best man. Although the guys speeches were good, Sammi’s mum had everyone crying with laughter and even though a hard act to follow, Reagan, Sammi’s Maid of Honour, absolutely nailed it!
We had the promise of an amazing sunset, so we headed back up the lane and with a barefooted bride we crossed a few fields to look for the best light and setting. Still laughing and joking, afterwards we headed back to Notley Tythe Barn and supported by giant illuminated letters and a photobooth by the fantastic Ellis Elite Events, the evening was just a brilliant amazing party, such a great end to this fun filled wedding day.
I want to offer Sammi & Martin a massive congratulations and thank you for choosing me as your wedding photographer. If you enjoyed reading this blog and you are planning your own wedding day at Notley Tythe Barn or anywhere else in the country (or abroad), I would love to hear from you!
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