Redhouse Barn wedding, Worcestershire – Beth & Harry

Well… We’re not quite sure where to start. Beth and Harry’s Redhouse Barn wedding ticked all the boxes – not only they had chosen to ‘tie the knot’ at our favourite wedding venue in Worcestershire, West Midlands – their special day was absolutely amazing and their ‘team’ had so much fun from early morning through to the dance floor mayhem!

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We first met the couple at Beth’s parents address in Redditch about two years ago to discuss their wedding plans and we immediately realised how awesome and photogenic they were. The morning arrived and we split up to take photographs of the bride and grooms wedding preparations. Harry was at his uncles’ home and Beth at Redhouse Barn. Soon it was time to make their way to the barn for the ceremony with Harry and his groomsmen arriving in a very cool red Jag. Afterwards, the wedding party, friends and guests made their way to the beautiful gardens for the drinks reception, whilst we stole the newlyweds away for a quick photoshoot around the venue. The wedding breakfast was held in the Timber Barn, which overlooks the delightful gardens, guests enjoyed fabulous food and emotional but very funny speeches! Soon it was time for dancing, live music accompanied the bride and groom, wedding party and friends, what a wonderful way to end a perfect day!

Thank you for choosing us to be your Redhouse Barn wedding photographers. As usual the complete gallery of wedding photography is available to view for friends and family via online password protected gallery.

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