The Brewerstreet Farmhouse wedding venue is in the middle of rural Surrey, and a venue that I’ve shot before in very different weather conditions. fantastic come rain or shine!
Beth and Daniel got ready in nearby Great Bookham, and Lucille, my second shooter covered a fe photos with the groom whilst I photographed the bridal prep. I love the bunting in the background of the dress hanging up and the addition of thistles to the bouquet to represent Dan’s Scottish heritage.
Brewerstreet Farmhouse Wedding Reception
The Brewerstreet Farmhouse Wedding was a blessing conducted by a close family member. Beth & Daniel were actually married in October 2020, and this is my third photo shoot working with them (we also shot an engagement shoot in July 2020 in Norbury Park. On entrance to the wedding, we had a confetti line with the guests before assembling in the ceremony area for a speech and toast for the blessing.
I shot the group photographs in front of the farmhouse as I love the Tudor style of the buildings facade. Lucille covered the details in the marquee, which included rustic decorations with a woodland, historical theme. There were books on the table, along with subtle Lord of the rings references. The table names are Beth & Dan’s favourite historical characters and the flowers featured white roses, eucalyptus, blue thistles, gyp, wild flowers and green foliage.
After the speeches, we took a walk around the back of the farm, looking out over the wheat fields that had been recently harvested. The golden hour light was amazing, with a lot of colour in the sky for these couple portraits.
The evening entertainment was a ceilidh band, which was great fun to shoot, albeit very chaotic!
Florist: Gill Pike
Music: The Ceilidh tree
Dress: Madi Lane / The Farnham Bridal Boutique
Hairstyling/Make-up: Amanda White Make-Up
Bridesmaids dresses: JJ’s House
Decorations: Beth Flowerday