As I am a recommended photographer for Trevenna Barns it means I get to shoot lots of weddings at an amazing location. This time I had the pleasure of photographing Callum and Chloë’s wedding.
It was actually a really nice change to photograph the bridal prep in the farmhouse Barn as Callum and Chloë had swapped rooms. A great advantage with Trevenna is that I can capture both the bridal and groom prep as the barns are so close together. Callum and Chloë even had hoodies printed with c2 which was a mathematical stumble for ‘c squared’ because they both have names beginning with C! Chloë works as a gardener and designed the flowers to reflect an English garden that bees would like. Her father even went to the trouble of hand making all the honey dippers out of Apple wood. Callum and Chloë have 2 beautiful dogs which both played a part in the wedding as they were to be walking in front of Chloë as she walked down the aisle.
With it being a beautiful day at St Neot the ceremony was held outside in the Arbour, which is always great to photograph as I can capture so many different angles due to the space. After the ceremony everybody enjoyed drinks and canapés on the lawn before we moved into the more formal group shots.
After the group shots we headed around Trevenna for some bride and groom portraits and Callum and Chloë were keen to head off for a walk down in to the farmers field to add some variety to their wedding photographs. It’s not always possible to due to weather and timings, but we took full advantage and produced some amazing photographs.
We headed back up to the Barns for the wedding breakfast and speeches before moving into the evenings entertainment. With Callum being a DJ you knew it was going to be something pretty good.
As usual, here is a selection of some of my favourites as a Trevenna Barns Wedding photographer. Please feel free to share on social media, or leave a comment.
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