The Ashes Barns Country House Wedding Venue

We’ve wanted to photograph a wedding at The Ashes Barns Country House Wedding Venue since forever, so when Shona got in touch about her wedding we let out a little squeal!

Beautiful surroundings of a magnificent wedding venue, the day flowed with an air of sweet enjoyment! Their surname is ‘Sweet’ & featured throughout the wedding details…genius!
 The family own a bespoke pie eatery ‘Lord of the Pies’, these went down an a treat with the party, they were pretty delicious.
Shona looked picture perfect in her bridal gown, her bridesmaids dutifully helped her throughout the morning getting ready till that moment when all that planning & preparation were complete and it’s time to marry her Mr Sweet.
We loved being part of their big day, running around catching bubbles with bridesmaids, chatting to family & friends and checking out the gorgeous highland cattle who i’m sure kept winking at me !

Happy New Year

firework wedding

We would like to thank each & everyone of our wonderful brides & grooms for making our 2015 truly epic.
So many memories made & captured & we can’t wait to share them all with you, apologies for the lack of posts in 2015, we’ll be sharing some of our faves shortly.
Wishing you all a very Happy New Year & cheers to a brilliant 2016! …. thought this image we shot recently at Spring Grove House is perfect to welcome in the New Year.
Love Eve & Jason

What a perfect day to get married….

To say this was a romantic wedding would be putting it mildly, from the proposal on the Great Wall of China to the beautiful setting of Pendrell Hall.

The exquisite details, personal declarations of love and commitment, the guys with their top hats & Adam with his cane (all the guys had cane envy!) the very attentive fabulous  bridemaids, and the absolutely stunning bride, Laura. It was a wedding that will long live in the memory of all those concerned, added to the mix the wedding date was Saint Valentine’s day –  the patron saint of happy marriages ~  ahh, Valentine’s Day, there wasn’t a dry eye in the house.