We were lucky enough to be interviewed by Country Living for June’s edition, as part of their regular Kitchen Table Talent feature, which celebrates the home-grown entrepreneurs who have turned their hobbies into a thriving business.
Vicky and Bob were married at The Great Barn in March this year. Spring was well and truly on its way and the bridesmaids with their gorgeous red wraps certainly added a splash of colour to the celebrations.
One of our lovely regular photographers, Rebecca Roundhill, sent us these absolutely stunning images of the wedding of Liz & James. She has such a talent for framing her shots so perfectly and we know you’ll agree with us when you take the time to have a look through just some from this beautiful weekend.
Whilst The Great Barn itself is the most obvious place to get married here at Higher Ashton, we always get a little bit excited when our couples want to do something a little different.
Taking centre stage in our beautiful garden is the arbour, which was built last year using oak from our own woodland. It’s such an intimate setting and as you can see from these stunning photographs by Linda und David, the smiles on all the faces of the friends and family are unwavering and full of love for Claire & Tom.
Harriet & Matt were married with us last year. They chose a beautiful church wedding followed by fun, frivolity and celebration at The Great Barn. The full shebang was photographed by Will Stedman and we think he really did capture the true essence of the day. The rain did not stop play, in fact, it actually made for some very beautiful photographs.
Sarah and David were married at The Great Barn earlier this year. This lovely couple chose simple, but colourful accents to really bring their wedding theme together. Bright blue bridesmaids and cheery sunflowers, plus lots of fun and games in the garden before the wedding breakfast. Captured beautifully by Fiona Walsh.