LUKE & JESS’S WEDDING

What a beautiful laid-back location at Bridge House Barn for this perfectly chilled-out wedding.

Preparations started early for Jess and her bridesmaids (and bridesman!) so there was enough time to stop for a luxurious breakfast made by her dad Barry. They were in their outfits in time for some pictures in the garden before going to the church. The gents had had a bit more to get done: preparing the venue and getting to the church (but the tasks were more enjoyable driving around in the car they’d hired).

The ceremony was a lively one thanks to their friendly vicar and the presence of the Emmanuel-el gospel academy choir.

Outside the couple were heaped with congratulations and confetti before hopping into the car to drive over to the barn. The field were the reception was held is the most perfect setting with a canal running along one side and a field of sheep in the other. They arrived to the sound of the steel band. Guests enjoyed the hay wagon of drinks while we enjoyed all the gorgeous locations for group shots.

We took our seats for the speeches- the sister of bride, father of the bride, groom and extremely nervous best man all made a great job. Recent champions Leicester football got an honorary mention with a supporters jumper for the Mother of the Bride. Then dinner was served on generous sharing platters straight from heaven via Thomas the caterer. There was even a huge dessert buffet of cakes and sweets.

The evening had lots of time outside to enjoy the sunshine and the space. There were games for the kids and Bridge House Barn’s converted horse box bar for the adults. The bride and groom cut their cake (made by their very talented friend Becky) and launched the dance floor with the first dance. As darkness feel the staff lit the fire pits and guests toasted marshmallows- what a perfect end to the day!


Click here for their engagement shoot…

Absolutely! [Nom & Malc] were more than just photographers, helping us out to help the smooth running of the day. They didn't feel like photographers either and just felt like wedding guests! We wanted laid back, casual photos (as well as the obligatory family shots!) which Nom and Malc really delivered on.

THEIR FAVOURITE SUPPLIERS:
Catering //
Thomas the Caterer were great - we were quite specific in some of the food we wanted and they more than delivered! A lot of people said it was the best wedding food they had ever tasted!

Florist //
AA Moore were great florists - again so many compliments on my bouquet of flowers! They were so easy to work with and one vendor we just didn't need to worry about!

Dress //
Clifford Burr bridal shop in Ware, Herts were amazing! I gave them a budget ahead of my visit and they didn't show me anything outside of that. I ended up picking something they recommended that I didn't dream I would go for!

Venue //
Bridge House Barn has an amazing venue. So flexible, you can do so much there in beautiful surroundings!

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What a beautiful laid-back location at Bridge House Barn for this perfectly chilled-out wedding.

Preparations started early for Jess and her bridesmaids (and bridesman!) so there was enough time to stop for a luxurious breakfast made by her dad Barry. They were in their outfits in time for some pictures in the garden before going to the church. The gents had had a bit more to get done: preparing the venue and getting to the church (but the tasks were more enjoyable driving around in the car they’d hired).

The ceremony was a lively one thanks to their friendly vicar and the presence of the Emmanuel-el gospel academy choir.

Outside the couple were heaped with congratulations and confetti before hopping into the car to drive over to the barn. The field were the reception was held is the most perfect setting with a canal running along one side and a field of sheep in the other. They arrived to the sound of the steel band. Guests enjoyed the hay wagon of drinks while we enjoyed all the gorgeous locations for group shots.

We took our seats for the speeches- the sister of bride, father of the bride, groom and extremely nervous best man all made a great job. Recent champions Leicester football got an honorary mention with a supporters jumper for the Mother of the Bride. Then dinner was served on generous sharing platters straight from heaven via Thomas the caterer. There was even a huge dessert buffet of cakes and sweets.

The evening had lots of time outside to enjoy the sunshine and the space. There were games for the kids and Bridge House Barn’s converted horse box bar for the adults. The bride and groom cut their cake (made by their very talented friend Becky) and launched the dance floor with the first dance. As darkness feel the staff lit the fire pits and guests toasted marshmallows- what a perfect end to the day!


Click here for their engagement shoot…

THEIR FAVOURITE SUPPLIERS:
Catering //
Thomas the Caterer were great - we were quite specific in some of the food we wanted and they more than delivered! A lot of people said it was the best wedding food they had ever tasted!

Florist //
AA Moore were great florists - again so many compliments on my bouquet of flowers! They were so easy to work with and one vendor we just didn't need to worry about!

Dress //
Clifford Burr bridal shop in Ware, Herts were amazing! I gave them a budget ahead of my visit and they didn't show me anything outside of that. I ended up picking something they recommended that I didn't dream I would go for!

Venue //
Bridge House Barn has an amazing venue. So flexible, you can do so much there in beautiful surroundings!