Hello dear readers and welcome to the next part of our Wedding Trends 2020 blog. In this post we will be featuring some inspirational ideas for food and drink and how we can adapt to the latest trends when it comes to feeding your guests.
Autumn is a cracking time of year to get married, particularly within the grounds and gardens of our home. It’s a season that is sometimes overlooked but with the summers starting and finishing later (it seems) the weather can be delightful and the scenery spectacular.
This beaming couple is Hannah & Harry. They celebrated their wedding at The Great Barn Devon last October; a stunning time of year as the weather is usually crisp and dry and the garden is awash with rich autumn hues.
Today’s gorgeous couple are Bex & Katie. They were married at The Great Barn Devon back in the spring of 2018. These beautiful images are courtesy of Martha & George Photography. It was simply a magical weekend – the weather was kind, the barn and its grounds were bursting with new life and Bex & Katie looked absolutely stunning. We adore their choice of gowns with just a touch of glitz and all the glamour!
It’s only been a few weeks since the wedding of Rhiannon & Troy, but we love these photographs from Sarah Jayne Photography so much, we just had to share them as soon as we could.
It’s been a crazy start to wedding season this year and doesn’t show any signs of stopping until Christmas! And we have been so lucky to be able to host some of the most gorgeous couples, including Alice and Robbie who were married over the Easter weekend.
Well, what a weekend! We’re just coming down from a wedding high and getting ourselves back together in time for the next one. So, while we are nursing sore feet and putting the freshness back, we are going to indulge in a little bit of Megan & Johnny’s wedding from last year.
Running a business, even one as fun as ours, is hard work. Not only are there regular, weekly jobs to do for each and every wedding and event that takes place at The Great Barn Devon, but even when the season slows a little (i.e. January) there is a mountain of work to be done to keep the barn and grounds in tip top condition. We never know when a potential client may want to come and see the venue and so we always like to keep it looking fresh and clean and ready to party.