Milling Barn Wedding Photography
I absolutely loved this rustic wedding at Milling Barn. Set to the theme of the couples love for movies, it made for a unique and quirky day. I’m a big film fan myself so it was always going to be a fantastic wedding. I was lucky enough to snap a pre-shoot where we all got to know each other much better. Exactly as I pictured it, the wedding was full of rustic charm and movie references. Fleur de lace supplied some amazing games for everyone at the wedding which meant lot’s of fun reportage photos.
The weather was brilliant so we all got to enjoy the outside games with drinks in hand. It was perfect to fit in with everyone and capture lots of natural, candid moments. We also had plenty of great spots for Natasha and Jack’s photos around the Milling Barn grounds. It was nice to let the guys enjoy some time alone because these moments are rare on a wedding day.
The evening arrived with lots of entertainment for this superb wedding at Milling Barn. Mark Sul offered acoustic numbers throughout the wedding breakfast which was a treat. He plays anything from Amy Winehouse to Red Hot Chilli Peppers, so I can’t recommend him enough.
Natasha and Jack stayed on the dance floor until the very end where I also had the honour of dancing with Natasha myself. I had such an amazing day and can’t thank them both enough for inviting me along for the ride. Fingers crossed I will be fortunate enough to shoot another Milling Barn wedding in the future.
If you are still looking for a Milling Barn wedding photographer I would love to chat about your day. I always recommend couples chatting with me first before making any decisions.
Venue – Milling Barn
Band – Thedirtyhalfhundred
Florist – Thebasementflorist
Hair – CaseyLouiseHair
Make up – KateMorris
Milling Barn wedding photography by Jude photography. I am an Essex wedding photographer that covers the UK and destination weddings. I specialise in creative, natural, documentary wedding photography. Photojournalism wedding photography that focuses on the people, emotions, laughter and love. The real moments of a wedding day. I believe this is the most important part of any wedding.