The great thing about getting married at a farm is that you can go to town on making it your own. Hay bales can be used to hang old polaroid photos of yourselves or display bunting, wooden pallets can become signs, stone walls can display rustic floral creations and you can let your imagination run wild with lighting and candles. There are wide open spaces, nooks and crannies that are brimming with colour and texture to create perfect backdrops. With big open barns, farms are perfect even on a very wet day and you might even be lucky enough to photobombed by a lamb, a pig or even a cow! Surrounded by fields we can go on an adventure and get lost in the setting sun whilst walking through barley or swaying long grasses. How awesome does all that sound?!
There are other farms, barns and rustic venues where I'd absolutely love to photograph a wedding so if you're considering any of the following then I'd love to talk to you. Guardswell Farm, Bachilton Barn, Comrie Croft, The Byre at Inchyra, Cow Shed Crail, Secret Herb Garden, Eden Leisure Village and Windmill Barn.