The Great Barn Aynho is the perfect venue for a light, sunny spring wedding and Gemma and Ross certainly made the most of the barn setting, check out their The Great Barn Aynho Wedding below.
As a recommended photographer I love capturing The Great Barn Aynho weddings, I’ve learnt over the years where the perfect spots are for ensuring the best images. The 18th Century barn has been converted with an elegant contemporary twist, two huge glass windows flood the room with light, ensuring those special moments are captured with ease.
The grounds are a gift to a wedding photographer, with a trout lake and some beautiful bridges. During Gemma & Ross’s prewedding shoot we were chased off the Lake’s island by an angry goose, a hilarious moment I have to say I didn’t manage to capture on film! We did however get some lovely rustic shots of the couple displayed on the wedding day on a stepladder for the guests to view, I love mixing up heights and lay outs for couple shots to create something a bit different.
On the big day Gemma wore a stunning Stella York embellished gown, adding a modern twist by using a crystal bouquet, whilst the boys continued the contemporary feel with navy lounge suits. One of the special “old and borrowed” pieces Gemma chose to wear was her great grandmothers Nursing badge, a lovely touch as Gemma is herself a nurse.
The beautiful bride arrived to the ceremony in a vintage cream Beauford, which took an off road trip to the lake for some couple shots afterwards. Surprisingly the Beauford didn’t get stuck during it’s little off road adventure and I employed the use of a stepladder and 16mm lense to create a striking image of the couple, showing off the car, the grounds and Gemma’s dress all to the max.
The guests were serenaded with chiming harp music throughout the ceremony and reception by Torey Handsley. Two of the cutest flower girls also got involved and were taught a few notes by Torey!
The Great Barn Aynho Wedding Photos