South Farm wedding photographer
When you saw the title of this blog you were probably expecting to see a crazy couple on a muddy farm. However, this venue is literally the opposite of that. My couple Georgia and Charlie had great taste choosing to have their wedding at South Farm. It’s a romantic and picturesque location in Cambridgeshire. I would recommend South Farm to a couple hoping for an intimate wedding. You will see why!
This wedding excited me particularly because Georgia the lovely bride had contacted me prior to the wedding. This was before they had even chosen a date or specific venue. When I was asked to be her wedding photographer at South Farm, I knew that this wedding would be special. That place is literally an ideallic location for a South Farm wedding photographer like me.
Wedding at South Farm
The prep for this gorgeous wedding at South Farm was super fun and so chilled. Georgia is lucky enough to have amazing friends who made everything run smoothly for her. Her friend even gave her a lovely custom made denim jacket from Rhubarb&Co. If you are looking for gift inspiration you should definitely check them out. On the subject of gift-giving Georgia thoughtfully gave personalised gifts to her mum and mother in law. This included a “no ugly crying” hanky which I’m sure was very much appreciated.
Personal touches at a wedding are so important. I know some of you brides-to-be will be dying to know where Georgia’s flower bouquet was from. It was done by Becky from Feather and Ferns and she did an amazing job. All of the flower decorations were so colourful and modern looking.
Whilst there are a lot of things you can control about your wedding, the weather is one thing you simply can’t. Luckily for Georgia and Charlie, there wasn’t a single drop of rain. This enabled them to have their ceremony in the gorgeous Summer House at South Farm. This quirky couple’s ceremony consisted of multiple readings and even a song from Lord of the rings. I loved this idea.
As for the photos they had absolutely mastered all of the signature poses. They created a beautiful set of wedding portraits in what seemed like the blink of an eye. When I first met Georgia she mentioned having smoke grenades, and in true bridal fashion, she got her way. They went for yellow smoke grenades which looked insane in photos and literally kept me on my toes.
When the time came for the first dance, all of the guests were fired up and ready to release their energy. They all cracked out their best moves to some great hits put together by the DJ. I feel honoured to be a part of all of the weddings I photograph. This one, in particular, was so memorable for me and I couldn’t imagine spending my time doing anything else that day.
Also, I was definitely able to enjoy it more than usual which is a rare treat for me. My two good friends Robert and Ola from Kubicki took care of all the video prep for me. It was great to see you guys.
I hope some of you found some wedding inspiration on this blog. If you are looking for the South farm wedding photographer to cater to your specific needs look no further. Please do not hesitate to enquire for dates in 2020/2021. I look forward to documenting more of your miracle moments.