September 29, 2022
Kate and Max’s wedding was a delight to photograph. With every detail thought about, an amazing atmosphere and the best sunset of the year so far…
Primrose Hill Farm seamlessly combines the delights of its magical rural Oxfordshire setting with a unique contemporary barn conversion and Grade II listed Farmhouse to provide a truly individual wedding location. In a nutshell that is why it is one of my favourite wedding venues to photograph at.
Kate’s day started at home, where she had laid out all her details for me to photograph as soon as I had arrived. She had really thought of everything and had even saved a stationery set for me to capture.
Kate wore a beautiful off the shoulder dress by Suzanne Neville, with florals by the very talented Ivory Hill floral (previously known as The Floral Cheyne) and her makeup and hair was flawless thanks to Vinnie Consiglio.
The couple wed at St Peter’s Church in Dunchurch, before heading to Primrose Hill Farm to continue their celebrations as husband and wife.
During their drinks reception the party atmosphere was set by the amazing Freddy De Lord with classical meets modern sax!
The couple had long banquet tables, full with small glass jars of beautiful blue and white florals that had a very bright and light feeling. The cake by The Cakery in Leamington also shone pride of place in the centre of the amazing modern barn at Primrose Hill.
We were spoilt with the light all day and so my job was a dream as every angle of this rustic setting looked beautiful. We were also spoilt with the most incredible, rich red sunset and we definitely made the most of this time for couple portraits…
I was assisted by Ben at Swift Wedding Films for Kate and Max’s day so scroll though the following gallery and watch their film to get the full view of this picture perfect wedding.
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