A very romantic rustic barn wedding in the Surrey countryside.
I have to admit on first seeing the converted barn at Mellow Farm in Dockenfield, Surrey I fell in love with it. The beautiful medieval barn hidden away in the glorious Surrey countryside looked amazing. The sun was shinning and with it's large doors swung wide open and covered in bunting who could wish for a better venue. I first attended the venue whilst photographing Jodie and Robert's wedding. On the day the couple first got married at Guildford Registry Office and after a few group photographs we jumped into our cars and drove through the Surrey countryside to this hidden gem of a wedding venue for the reception. As the wedding guests arrived I took the opportunity to explore the venue and find some suitable locations to take my photographs. Inside the barn had been decorated with candles and wicker hearts and the light....wow. Yes the light was amazing, so soft and warm ideal for my wedding photographs to be taken in. I was so inspired I didn't hang around and as guests enjoyed a cold glass of champagne I accompanied the couple up some steps into a hidden garden. Using the garden as a backdrop I created some romantic photographs of the couple, then headed back down the path and used the side of the barn for another set of photographs. The texture of the wood and soft light was beautiful to work with and looks amazing in the photographs. I hope you enjoy looking at the photographs.
Mellow Farm Barn Wedding Photographs
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Scott Ramsey is a professional photojournalist who is available to photograph weddings at Mellow Farm Barn in Dockenfield and across Surrey. His unique style of documentary wedding photography sets him apart from many other photographers. Read more about UK photojournalist Scott Ramsey. If you have any questions or would like to check Scott's availability to photograph your Surrey wedding, contact him and he will be happy to help.
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