Hyde Bank Farm Wedding Photography – Lauren & Andy
Hyde Bank Farm is a beautiful place in the Cheshire countryside, full of wonderful people. We love it! Lauren & Andy asked us to photograph their wedding there in December. With Christmassy vibes and an incredible assortment of biscuits, cakes, pies and cheese. How could we resist???
Hyde Bank Farm Wedding Photography | Lauren & Andy chose Hyde Bank Farm for their wedding. They’re quite an outdoorsy couple and love the countryside. They wanted somewhere with rustic charm. An intimate feel and somewhere they felt comfortable. Hyde Bank Farm ticked all the boxes for them – we really can’t imagine anywhere better.
After a morning of preparations, epic-cheese-cake-building, biscuit-stacking, excited nerves and a few laughs, Lauren & Andy got married in the fabulous room above the main barn. Tented in white fabric with fairy lights, it had a wonderfully wintery feel. It provided the perfect intimate environment for Lauren & Andy’s friends and family to share in their wedding ceremony.
When we took them away for some alone time and portraits, we were treated to the most beautiful sunset and golden light. It was freezing. But being the determined outdoorsy type ourselves, we spent a few minutes wandering the grounds of this beautiful place in the most perfect of conditions. Lauren & Andy giggled their way through their first moments together as a married couple. We then returned to a fabulous wedding breakfast, speeches and dancing.
We had an awesome time spending the day with this fab bunch of people. Thank you SO much for involving us in your big day, and enjoy the blog!
We LOVE shooting at Hyde Bank Farm. If you’re planning a wedding there and need a photographer or videographer, then get in touch here to check our packages and availability.
Thanks to the suppliers who helped to make the day so special:
Venue: Hyde Bank Farm
Flowers: Classy Blooms
Dress: Maria Modes
Hair & Makeup: Lisa Simms
Hyde Bank Farm Wedding Photography
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