Hannah and Jack's Wedding at The Tudor Barn, Burnham
Hannah and Jack had the most gorgeous December winter wedding at Tudor Barns, Burnham. Luckily enough it wasn’t actually that cold and the sun was out.
They choose a beautiful red, mahogany colour scheme which I think was perfect for their winter wedding. I loved the way the red went with the modern navy suits for the groomsmen and the bridesmaid dresses and flowers were stunning in that colour.
It was such a beautiful day and wedding! Read on for some more about their wonderful day.
Bridal & Groom Prep
Hannah wore a gorgeous Dando London dress from a boutique called Lily Lou Lou. It was perfect for Hannah it showed off her amazing figure. I loved the lace detail and the long sleeves.
Hannah got ready at the beautiful Burnham Beeches Hotel which was just down the road from their wedding
The ceremony was held at the Tudor Barn in Burnham. The ceremony room is such a lovely space with the Bride and Groom facing a large glass window looking out into the garden. After the ceremony we went out into the courtyard where the clock tower stands tall. The courtyard makes the perfect backdrop for the group photos. I loved how the plants growing along the wall fitted in with their colour scheme.
While the guests went off and enjoyed some drinks we spent some time getting some stunning Bride & Groom portraits before the winter sun started to go down.
The reception continued on at the lovely Tudor Barn inside the elegant barn with its high beams and two overhanging balconies. Hannah & Jack choose the venue because they had attended a wedding there before and had fallen in love with it.
Because it was a December wedding they choose to have small Christmas Trees with pine cones as their centrepieces. The Tudor Barns also had put up a gorgeous tree which was perfect for a lovely ring shot.
For dinner they had a three course meal, which was thoroughly enjoyed by all the guests. After dinner we enjoyed 3 lovely speeches one of which was a very emotionally best man speech which was lovely to see. Cutting of the cake followed soon after.
We then moved onto the first dance and was glad to see all the guests on the dance floor after the dance which meant I could get a few dancing snaps.
Don’t forget if you are planning a wedding between November and March it gets dark much earlier in the day around 4pm. Try to have your ceremony as early as possible so you have plenty of time after your ceremony for group shots and your Bride & Groom Portraits.
If you’re planning a wedding at The Tudor Barn, get in touch, I’d love to hear from you!