This was my first New House Farm Wedding so I was excited to photograph a wedding at another Lake District wedding venue, this time a 17th century farmhouse.
Clare and Scott transformed the barn and grounds of New House Farm into a festival style wedding with incredible details and styling. I’ve just had to rein myself in from blogging just short of 300 images! The styling was a photographers paradise although it was Clare and Scott who made it really, really beautiful. Clare wore a Claire Pettibone wedding dress and sparkly Kate Spade shoes. Lucy Pearson did her hair and make-up and is alway so lovely to work alongside. The boys got ready next door in the Old Dairy so it was easy to pop back and forth to capture all the emotion and fun of the morning preparations. After an emotional wedding ceremony they had a relaxed reception on the lawn and we took some pictures with the horses. After the food and speeches we went over to Buttermere Lake in the car for some early evening shots with the most incredible scenery. There was a silent disco outside and then the first dance took place in the barn later on.
Having had such a great day here with Clare and Scott I’m really looking forward to going back to photograph another New House Farm wedding at the end of May for Clare and Jonny’s big day.
A mention to all the other enormously talented people who helped make this Lake District wedding so gorgeous too: Make-up and hair by Lucy Pearson and Katie Dale. Clare’s dress is Claire Pettibone’s Brigitte from The White Closet in West Didsbury. Tulle hair piece is from Pearl and Co. Sparkly shoes from Kate Spade. Big LOVE letters from Typical Type. Stationery Lucy Says I Do. Grasmere gingerbread heart favours. Milk churns and vintage crockery by Sure to Surprise You.
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