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!
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.
Whilst winter is not the most obvious time to think about outdoor weddings, the trend for marrying al fresco has never been more popular and with an endless choice of beautiful woods, beaches, gardens, hilltops and more, available to use as your wedding backdrop, we have put together a helpful checklist if you are thinking of tying the knot outside, whatever the season.
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.
The Great Barn Devon is a beautiful venue to get married in any time of the year. But autumn brings with it such decadence and rich beauty, as the leaves on the ivy turn to a deep red and the garden releases its hold on summer. With 120 acres of countryside to take advantage of, this truly is a stunning time to make memories.
Winter still has us in her frosty grip, but we are inspired by the beautiful, crisp sunshine that we are being treated to and that gives us lots of lovely ideas for spring weddings.
We are so excited to see what our lovely couples will be doing for their weddings this upcoming season. Spring at the barn is such a wonderful time of year. New life is pinging up all over the garden and the days start to stretch out a little longer.