Pimhill Barn wedding photographer
If you are looking for a flexible space with rustic charm for your wedding, then Pimhill Barn is brilliant combination of the past and the present. Dating back to 1584, it has exposed brickwork, soaring oak beams and a wooden floor- it’s an ideal blank canvas for any wedding theme and can be decorated to your tastes. As a Pimhill Barn wedding photographer, I love capturing chilled out celebrations in the countryside, and this is the perfect venue for you to relax with your guests.
Weddings at Pimhill Barn
Licensed for civil marriages and partnerships, up to 150 seated guests can join you for your wedding at Pimhill Barn, or 250 if you join a marquee to the barn and extended the space. You’ll also have use of a covered outdoor area provided by the traditional brick cart shed with its open arches.
All of the power for the barn is generated from solar panels on farm buildings at Lea Hall, making it ideal for eco-conscious couples. There are some fab suppliers nearby as well, covering everything from tables and chairs to flowers and food, so you can reduce your carbon footprint and keep things local.
Pimhill Barn weddings - Charlotte and James
I joined Charlotte and James as their Pimhill Barn wedding photographer on one of the hottest days of the year! I arrived an hour before their ceremony and got stuck in with all the little details and capturing the guests arriving for their beautiful Shropshire wedding.
Everyone made me feel so welcome right from the start, and the relaxed vibe of their day really comes across in their Pimhill Barn wedding photography. The day was really chilled-out and stylish, with the glorious sunshine for everyone to enjoy, beautiful fairy lights from hipswing, and a gorgeous wedding cake made by their friend Claire.
Relaxed Pimhill Barn wedding photography
Charlotte and James aren’t massive fans of having their photograph taken, so felt my documentary style wedding photography would be the perfect fit for them. I focus on capturing natural and relaxed images, to get the feel of the atmosphere throughout the day, with everyone enjoying themselves without too much interference from me.
The evening guests were lucky enough to have the opportunity to indulge in some of Polly’s Parlour finest hand-scooped traditional ice cream, served out of Florence the camper van. They also had delicious wood-fired pizzas from Pizza Peddlers in a vintage Citroen ‘H’ van called Rowlie, the guests were loving it and kept going back for more!
Once they’d enjoyed their food, the evening finished off in style with ceilidh dancing performed by Hijinx ceilidh band. I think you can see from the images, Charlotte and James and their guests were having an excellent time!
Getting married at Pimhill Barn?
If you’re looking for a Pimhill Barn wedding photographer please do get in touch to check my availability. Whatever you have planned, whatever the weather, I’m sure you’ll have a glorious day, and I would love to be part of it.
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