With all but one of my 2020 weddings postponed, I have missed capturing those magical moments, details and romance. Barnsley House Gardens was one of the very first venues that I photographed a wedding, so the opportunity to return was just what I needed!
Jennifer Louise weddings approached me to join her at Barnsley House for an inspiration editorial shoot.
Barnsley House Gardens is a stunning English country garden wedding venue in the Cotswolds. Our aim was to create an intimate, laidback luxurious feel with a continual flow of the gardens throughout each element of the day.
The florals were a key aspect to the overall aesthetic of the shoot. Luxurious, loose flowing arrangements, complementing the beautiful country gardens at Barnsley House.
MonAnnie, makes the most incredible cakes and patisserie. I was delighted Fen was able to join us on this Barnsley House editorial. Like me, she is a preferred vendor with Wedding Sparrow. Head over to their vendor guide if you’re on your planning journey. Fen created a 4 tier cake with winding florals to complement the gardens, pergola and textures of Barnsley House.
EG Lettering, another preferred supplier with Wedding Sparrow created a beautiful stationery suite. Traditional with a contemporary feel with luxurious textures, ribbons, calligraphy and floral touches.
This beaded gown from Romancera Madrid boasted incredible detail and puffed sleeves.
This editorial has been featured on Wedding Sparrow, the inspirational wedding blog where I’m a preferred vendor.
The incredible Moon & Back Co produced this video from the day showing behind the scenes and details. Its always such a pleasure to work with them, make sure you consider them for your own wedding.
For more ceremony inspiration, look at this bespoke calligraphy aisle I photographed at The Horniman Museum.