26 Nov 2011

Kingscote Barn wedding Venue

I've been back to the Kingscote Barn recently for Neil and Georgie winter wedding.  Kingscote Barn wedding venue and has recently been awarded The 2012 Wedding Industry Award 'Best Venue' for the South West, so congratulations to them.  Hopefully many of the couples who've got married there will appreciate the work put in by the staff at Kingscote to ensure their wedding day runs smoothly.

Kingscote Barn now also have on site accommodation for the wedding, which is a real bonus for couples choosing to marry there.  Having had a quick peak around whilst photographing the boys getting ready, it certainly looked a good standard.

Anyhow, onto the wedding itself.......but don't forget there are more photos over on my Facebook page so go 'like it' and take a peak.

"Now, does anyone want this last slice of quiche?"  It's important to eat on your wedding day right?

Clare from Pure Pampering was on the make-up tools this weekend. (www.purepampering.co.uk)

Here we go....inside the new wedding accommodation at Kingscote Barn.  Big clock huh?  Only one hand too - I thought that was pretty trick.

Georgie wore her grandma's earrings on the wedding day.

Can you spot me? I don't often make it into photos, but couldn't get out the way (despite trying) as well as get the shot!

Georgie's mum spent a lot of time laughing. :-)

Love this photo.  'The wedding dress grand reveal'.

Wedding traditions - a Silver sixpence for your shoe.  Beautifully sellotaped onto the underside by the bridesmaid.

Dad's first impression as he saw Georgie in her wedding dress.

Did I mention Georgie's mum laughed a lot?

Wedding lists.  Georgie had A LOT of these?  A quick check before the wedding ceremony!

I have no idea what was said here but love the expression.  But my guess is "don't fall over, walk in one at a time (slowly) and remember to take my flowers off me when I get to the alter" (Doh...come on, which bridesmaid forgot the latter?)

Laughing AGAIN.

Quick kiss, followed by a few tears (and slightly strange faces) from the bridesmaids. 


I really like this photo.  It's what I believe differentiates a professional photographer from 'a friend taking your wedding photos'.  When taking my photos I don't just snap one persons expression, I look to build a photo that conveys a feeling of the day....and for me this shows how wedding days have so much going on - in just one frame.

Cheeky ;-)

Funny :-)

Yep, weddings in November certainly have a chill in the air.

Sequences can tell a great deal in photography.  These three work brilliantly together.

Close up videography - could he get them both in the frame - that's the question on my lips?

Mum laughing still.  This time at the groom :-)

Note the pile of 'props' on the floor from the best mans speech.

Good work Matt (the best man not me.....although I hope the wedding photos are alright hey!?).  You certainly pleased all the guests at Kingscote Barn for this weekends wedding.


  1. nice opinion, thanks for sharing..

  2. Wow, Congratulation to the new couple. I wish you all the best.

  3. Nice set Matt - good work. Tom Weller

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