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Wick Farm Wedding Photography

So here are Lindz and Ross’s Wick Farm wedding photos. They got married on a gorgeous day at the gorgeous wedding venue that is Wick Farm. It was at a point in the year when we had sun. Not rain, and they took full advantage of it. It was baking at Homewood Park where Lindsay got ready but she looked absolutely incredible in her Maggie Sottero dress. Ross rocked the kilt look hard and I just loved the amount of personality that went down.

A few shout outs to makeup artist Hands On Health who it was pleasure to hang out with in the morning. The wedding flowers were from The Walled Garden At Mells and Lindsay’s shoes from LK Bennett.

They had an Italian style wedding breakfast, the Glastonbury inspired table plan, ducks, garden games and a lot of incredible music (Ross is in a band. Word.)

It was such a pleasure to be part of their day and it’s weddings like this that make me so happy to do what I do. What I loved about the Wick Farm wedding photography is that there are so many options for great photos. From the old barn, the long road leading up to the venue and the fields on either side. It’s a wedding photographer’s dream!

My favourite thing about their wedding? The music. They had an awesome rock band in (which Ross played in for a while), and Ross’s band also played a set later on in the night – it was well worth staying for.

It feels like a million years since I blogged a wedding (if only it didn’t’ take so long!) but I’m so happy to be finally sharing my work – a beautiful story.

Anyway, enough talk and on with the Wick Farm wedding photography.

Wick Farm Wedding Photography  So here are Lindz and Ross's Wick Farm wedding photos. They got married on a gorgeous day at the gorgeous wedding venue that is Wick Farm. It was at a point in the year when we had sun. Not rain, and they took full advantage of it. It was baking at Homewood Park where Lindsay got ready but she looked absolutely incredible in her Maggie Sottero dress. Ross rocked the kilt look hard and I just loved the amount of personality that went down.  A few shout outs to makeup artist Hands On Health who it was pleasure to hang out with in the morning. The wedding flowers were from The Walled Garden At Mells and Lindsay's shoes from LK Bennett.  They had an Italian style wedding breakfast, the Glastonbury inspired table plan, ducks, garden games and a lot of incredible music (Ross is in a band. Word.)  It was such a pleasure to be part of their day and it's weddings like this that make me so happy to do what I do. What I loved about the Wick Farm wedding photography is that there are so many options for great photos. From the old barn, the long road leading up to the venue and the fields on either side. It's a wedding photographer's dream!  My favourite thing about their wedding? The music. They had an awesome rock band in (which Ross played in for a while), and Ross's band also played a set later on in the night - it was well worth staying for.  It feels like a million years since I blogged a wedding (if only it didn't' take so long!) but I'm so happy to be finally sharing my work - a beautiful story.  Anyway, enough talk and on with the Wick Farm wedding photography Wick Farm Wedding Photography  So here are Lindz and Ross's Wick Farm wedding photos. They got married on a gorgeous day at the gorgeous wedding venue that is Wick Farm. It was at a point in the year when we had sun. Not rain, and they took full advantage of it. It was baking at Homewood Park where Lindsay got ready but she looked absolutely incredible in her Maggie Sottero dress. Ross rocked the kilt look hard and I just loved the amount of personality that went down.  A few shout outs to makeup artist Hands On Health who it was pleasure to hang out with in the morning. The wedding flowers were from The Walled Garden At Mells and Lindsay's shoes from LK Bennett.  They had an Italian style wedding breakfast, the Glastonbury inspired table plan, ducks, garden games and a lot of incredible music (Ross is in a band. Word.)  It was such a pleasure to be part of their day and it's weddings like this that make me so happy to do what I do. What I loved about the Wick Farm wedding photography is that there are so many options for great photos. From the old barn, the long road leading up to the venue and the fields on either side. It's a wedding photographer's dream!  My favourite thing about their wedding? The music. They had an awesome rock band in (which Ross played in for a while), and Ross's band also played a set later on in the night - it was well worth staying for.  It feels like a million years since I blogged a wedding (if only it didn't' take so long!) but I'm so happy to be finally sharing my work - a beautiful story.  Anyway, enough talk and on with the Wick Farm wedding photos Wick Farm Wedding Photography  So here are Lindz and Ross's Wick Farm wedding photos. They got married on a gorgeous day at the gorgeous wedding venue that is Wick Farm. It was at a point in the year when we had sun. Not rain, and they took full advantage of it. It was baking at Homewood Park where Lindsay got ready but she looked absolutely incredible in her Maggie Sottero dress. Ross rocked the kilt look hard and I just loved the amount of personality that went down.  A few shout outs to makeup artist Hands On Health who it was pleasure to hang out with in the morning. The wedding flowers were from The Walled Garden At Mells and Lindsay's shoes from LK Bennett.  They had an Italian style wedding breakfast, the Glastonbury inspired table plan, ducks, garden games and a lot of incredible music (Ross is in a band. Word.)  It was such a pleasure to be part of their day and it's weddings like this that make me so happy to do what I do. What I loved about the Wick Farm wedding photography is that there are so many options for great photos. From the old barn, the long road leading up to the venue and the fields on either side. It's a wedding photographer's dream!  My favourite thing about their wedding? The music. They had an awesome rock band in (which Ross played in for a while), and Ross's band also played a set later on in the night - it was well worth staying for.  It feels like a million years since I blogged a wedding (if only it didn't' take so long!) but I'm so happy to be finally sharing my work - a beautiful story.  Anyway, enough talk and on with the Wick Farm wedding photographer

 

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  1. Sweet venue, gorgeous couple, lovely day… and there is so much emotion and so many perfectly caught moments in these images. Stellar work!

  2. Lovely! Kilts and peonies and bumpy stone walls. Beautiful light all day long! And I like how the groom tries to remained turned away as the bride processes down the aisle. Makes for more of that “first look” vibe.

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