A Relaxed Autumn Wedding at Pimhill Barn in Shropshire
Beth & Eddie asked me to be their Pimhill Barn wedding photographer for their gorgeous and fun-filled wedding last Autumn. With facilities on-site for them both to get ready, it meant they could spend their whole wedding day here. Perfect if you want to make the most of every minute and catch up with as many of your family & friends as possible! No battling Saturday traffic driving between venues. They also loved that the barn was a blank canvas for them to turn it into their dream wedding venue, and they did a cracking job as it looked amazing! Here are a collection of favourites from their big day!
If you’re looking for a Pimhill Barn Wedding Photographer, and like the idea of your photographs being all about the real and genuine moments that happen throughout your wedding day, get in touch and tell me all about the two of you and your plans!
Bridal Prep in The Courthouse
Beth spent the night before, and the morning of the wedding in The Courthouse, a beautiful building in the grounds of Lea Hall at Pimhill. It’s a stunning building, outside and in, and Beth and her bridesmaids had a fantastic time hanging out, chatting, exchanging gifts, making cups of tea, you know the drill. If you’re looking for a cosy, rustic setting to enjoy the hours before your wedding, call off the search!
Barn Wedding Ceremony Shrewsbury
If you’re looking for that rustic feel for your wedding, Pimhill Barn at Lea Hall in Shrewsbury is a fantastic option for you! Beth & Eddie loved the flexibility the site has, with so many different spaces to use, and a marquee next to the barn where they held their drinks reception and speeches. The barn is as authentic as you could hope for, with the original floors, and barn doors, and fantastic old beams. If you’re worried about it being cold…they have heaters!
Ceilidh Wedding Party
In the evening, the barn was transformed into a party space…and they needed plenty of space because their entertainment was a local Ceilidh band! I’ve photographed a few in my time, and they always make for a lot of fun, and it’s something that gets everybody up and involved. If you’re worried that your guests won’t set foot on the dance floor…book yourself a Ceilidh band! They’ll get everyone up and grooving, no problem! And as the band finished their first set, and the crowd, red-faced and smiling, took a much needed breather, I saddled my horse and rode off into the sunset.