Wedding Photography at Sissons Barn
If it wasn’t for this ongoing global crisis, I would have been working as a Sissons Barn wedding photographer four times in 2020. All of the weddings have been rescheduled, and I really can’t wait to shoot some lovely lovely weddings here. In the meantime, I thought I would look back at when I went and exhibited at a wedding fayre there.
There’s some links at the bottom of the page to see more real weddings I have shot in the area, so make sure you check those out, and if you’re planning a wedding at Sissons Barn, let me know in the comments!
Sissons Barn – A Beautiful Venue
I shoot a lot of weddings, in a lot of venues, and barn weddings are some of my favourites – venues like this are severely lacking in this area. The owners of Sissons Barn have really thought about the look, and layout, of the venue. Beautiful exposed oak is all over and it is full of small details which add up to a great place to get married – the bar contains a selection of items relevant to the farm, and grounds it sits on, which has then been topped with resin, definitely take a look when you visit!
Sissons Barn Wedding Photographer
Working at Sissons Barn leaves me spoilt for choice for photography. As hopefully you know, I work in a really relaxed, natural, reportage style when taking pictures. I will always capture candid images, often with a wide angle lens and using a narrow depth of field. I use a wide range of compositions to tell the story of your wedding day. Sissons Barn complements this. Clean lines and beautiful grounds mean I don’t need to worry about extra distractions in the frame. Outdoors really lends itself for relaxed couples portraits; we’ll just go and have a casual walk around, we may even get an epic sunset to use – I love photographing those.
I attended a wedding fayre hosted by Nicole Smith Wedding Fayres. I love these events as it gives me a chance to speak to people who are getting married, as well a variety of other suppliers designed to make your wedding day amazing.
Fabulous Bridal Boutique are a bridal boutique located in Bourne, Lincolnshire. With over forty years of experience in the industry, their highly-trained consultants are there to help you select the perfect gown for your wedding day, all whilst in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. They specialise in both bridal wear, as well as a variety of accessories to complement your dress.
Ambience Venue Styling are an established network of franchisees who have been styling weddings and events across the UK since 2006. Their style is contemporary, authentic and elegant and they work towards complimenting the natural aesthetics of a space and filling it with soul and spirit. They style hundreds of weddings and events each year and their experience and knowledge of the wedding and events business means that they are constantly on top of trends.
Luxe Beauty are an award winning make-up studio based in Peterborough, they specialise in wedding and bridal make-up.
If you’re looking for wedding catering, then look no further than Chef De La Maison – they offer such a huge array of delicacies; sit-down wedding breakfasts, evening buffets, afternoon tea, hog-roasts, dessert buffets and even a smokehouse wagon – which is just as awesome as it sounds. Your wedding guests will love the quality of the food, I highly recommend booking in for a consultation with them.
Flower Walls of Cambridge offer stunning, bespoke, floral backdrops – ideal for both photography, and for styling your venue. The evening of your wedding is a great opportunity to wow your guests with entertainment. Ace Entertainment Services offer a wide variety of options for your wedding. Discos and DJs, bands, performers and styling are all available.
Deb, at Allensis Wedding Styling, Planning and Hire is an incredibly knowledgeable lady of all things wedding. She has an excellent eye for detail and caters for a wide variety of styles and aesthetics. We have worked together a few times, I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Deb to everyone.
Justin and Hayley run Letters Aglow and quite a team they make. Justin is a master craftsmen, hand carving a variety of wedding welcome signs, as well as building ‘LOVE’ letters, Initial letters – even a cake swing (which is also just as awesome as it sounds). They are thoroughly nice people too, and always work with the couples to create bespoke options for their wedding. They have reclaimed wood, rustic signs – as well as light-up LED furniture to complement your evening styling.
Obviously, this was all held in the amazing Sissons Barn – get in touch with them to arrange a consultation and plan how they can help you with your big day.
If you’re looking for a Sissons Barn wedding photographer, then I’d love to hear your plans and see how I can capture some amazing memories for you. Get in touch today