High Billinghurst Farm Wedding Photos

High Billinghurst Farm Wedding Photos

Shooting at a new wedding venue, or should I say, one that I’ve not shot at before, such as High Billinghurst Farm near Dunsfold in Surrey, is always an enjoyable experience. One of the questions I often get asked by expectant brides and grooms is “Have you shot at our venue before?” and whilst this is an understandable question for them to be asking, a “no” in reply certainly shouldn’t be seen as a deal breaker, in my opinion. I make a point of meeting all my couples at their venue before the wedding, and so it was, a few weeks before the big day that I met with Emma and Jamie to finalise details and discuss their High Billinghurst Farm wedding photos. At one point, I even found myself standing in as a page boy while they timed their entrance into the ceremony to the music (which I was happy to do!) 

 

makeup artist getting to work on the bride on the morning of the wedding

 

The more and more I learnt about Emma and Jamie’s plans, the more excited I got about their High Billinghurst Farm wedding photos. Emma was getting ready in a lovely house in Woking, with lots of activity and a real buzz about the place all morning, while my second photographer Adam captured some fantastic shots of the guys getting ready and the guests arriving at High Billinghurst Farm before the bridal party arrived. The ceremony itself, which was a Humanist ceremony, was filled with such beautiful readings, and later in the day we were treated to fresh sushi as canapés and surprised by The Acafellas, a four piece male a cappella group disguised as waiters! 

 

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Emma and Jamie had hired me to shoot the whole day, something I love to do (if you’re reading this and would like to enquire about the coverage I offer then I’d love to hear from you) As daytime turned to evening and to night, the fire pits were lit outside the barn, and my High Billinghurst Farm wedding photos began to reflect the party atmosphere. The barn was transformed for Emma and Jamie’s first dance, and the live music provided by The Weekend had everyone on their feet. A great end to a very memorable day!

 

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“We were blown away by the quality of the photos you produced. Your photos were beautifully captured and took us right back to the emotion of the day, just as we hoped that they would. We couldn’t be happier!” Emma + Jamie

6.Comments

  1. cloud9weddingphotography
    October 5, 2018 / Reply

    What a great venue, I love how many great expressions you have captured, some really great moments captured. Look forward to your next blog post.

    • October 5, 2018

      Thanks so much! It was a lot of fun to shoot this one.

  2. October 9, 2018 / Reply

    Looks like a cracking wedding. Well shot.

    • October 9, 2018

      Thanks so much Damion. I’m glad that comes cross in the pictures. It was indeed a cracker!

  3. October 9, 2018 / Reply

    The soft colours and airy exposures really help this feel like a classic english rose type wedding. The beautiful barn brought the drama and contrast. Lots of genuine emotion and happy people. Congrats.

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