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.
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.
This is the wedding of Corrie & Adam. They were married in a civil ceremony at The Great Barn last July. It feels like there are miles and miles of smiles throughout this beautiful imagery, captured effortlessly by Lee Maxwell Photography.
This beautiful couple are Katy & Rich. They were married in the Great Barn last September and, as you will see from the images captured by the very talented Rebecca Roundhill, it was a day filled with sunshine and laughter.
Our regular visitors to the blog will know how much we love a pooch! We have two gorgeous flat-coated retrievers of our own, who often steal the show at weddings. So when we got these wonderful photographs from Freckle Photography, of Natalie and Dan and their four-legged BFF, we just had to share them with you.
January is long and cold and, for some, a bit of a challenging month. So for a little light relief we are looking back at this corker of a wedding from last August, with stunning images by Mark Shaw Photography.
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.