Blog / Autumn Wedding at The Barn Brasserie, Essex
At the end of November I was lucky enough to photograph the gorgeous wedding of Rebekah and Robert. The ceremony took place at the family’s local church in Tendring, Essex, before heading onto the beautiful Barn Brasserie in Great Tey, Essex. It was a crisp, but beautifully sunny day, and I had a lovely time at Rebekah’s family home taking some details shots and photos of everyone getting ready.
The church is stunning, and just moments away from where Rebekah was getting ready. It was one of the first really cold days of the autumn, and I really can’t blame the groom’s men for having a sneaky tipple to keep the cold at bay!
I loved the details of the coloured socks! Things like this just add such a sense of personality to a wedding day, it makes your day your own I think.
There were 2 absolutely beautiful cars that a family friend had brought along for the happy couple to have some photos in and to travel in. If i knew more about cars, i’d tell you what they were…but all I can say was my husband was very impressed when I showed him a photo! They looked pretty gorgeous, that’s all I know!
The Barn Brasserie is a beautiful venue. A lovely place that’s intimate and cosy, yet with lovely space and light. It’s fairly lights and candles fed the festive and romantic mood, and being surrounded by fields and countryside meant it was just a quick nip out side to brave the cold for some lovely couple shots.
Thanks to the happy couple for sharing their wonderful day with me. Here are a few kind words that Rebekah emailed me just after she received their photographs. I’m currently designing their Folio album and cant wait to see the finished result.
“I wanted to drop you a note to thank you very much for the wonderful photos that you took on our wedding day. You really have taken some beautiful ones of the both of us and our guests. We had such a wonderful day and the photos really do capture the happiness and fun that everyone enjoyed. We are really are so pleased with them.”