Surveys have shown that people come from all over the United Kingdom to get married in the Cotswolds. The beautiful countryside, quiet hamlets, and the people (of course the people right?!!?) make for the Cotswolds to be a perfect wedding destination.
Nestled in the Cotswolds, down a sweeping drive, with a famous tree, you come to the stunning Kingscote Barn Wedding Venue. With a staff that know how to run a smooth and effortless wedding, this venue is a hot spot.
I met with Emily and Andrew on a VERY cold and blustery winter’s day to have a walk around Kingscote and talk about their wedding day and how I was going to make their wedding photography perfect for them. They were braving the weather and getting married in the winter, aware there could be snow, rain, sunshine or anything else that could possibly happen in the UK – well any time of the year really (especially this year!)
On the day of the wedding, the sun was shining brilliantly in the sky and Emily and her girlfriends were happily getting ready in one of the barn’s large apartment style rooms. There was room for people to move around, drop things off, sit and giggle and of course just soak up the beginning of the day with the bride.
The morning quickly came and went and with the bridal suite all laid out with Emily’s dress and accessories, she donned her perfect dress as the barn began to fill up with family and friends.
Photographing a wedding at Kingscote Barn is always lovely for a wedding photographer because the light inside is very beautiful. The ceremony area just casts the right amount of light onto the couple and the guests.
The day was a whirlwind of laughter, blustery wind outside but sunny skies for the most part. It was a pleasure working with some fantastic suppliers such as Hazelea Floristry. Emily and Andrew, I wish you all the best for your future together. May you have a long and happy life together, cuddling by fires to keep warm, with a few gorgeous White Company pillows behind your back!!! (That’s just what you want isn’t Andrew!!?)