Lyde Court Barn was the enchanting setting for the wedding of Charlotte & Nigel in late May.
The day started as usual at the home of the brides parents and Charlotte was amazingly ready when we arrived ages before the ceremony time. Her friends must have known something about her as they had generously thought to buy her a Tommee Tippee beaker so that she wouldn’t spill anything on her dress.
And a beautiful dress it was. It was a sort of early 60’s style with a belled short skirt and it suited her right down to the ground. And she sported the reddest shoes in creation too.
The Ceremony took place in the gorgeous town hall in Hereford on the first floor in a large, grand room with enormous windows.
The drive to Lyde Court Barn was just 10 minutes or so and the weather was sunny all day, with a few fluffy high clouds. and the setting of Lyde Court was stunning, with rolling open fields full of sheep and distant vistas of the Malverns. The Malverns hills were where Charlotte & Nigel had their pre-shoot a month or two earlier.
The barn, which is part of the estate of the Duchy of Cornwall, is a sympathetically restored venue where the owners had carefully maintained the true qualities of a large traditional barn. They haven’t ‘sanitised’ it to the point of it being just a caricature of what a true barn should be. It has retained its rustic appeal. Well done Gary et al!
And we must just mention the pianist. What a lovely gentleman. He played some timeless songs wonderfully. The sort of music that has you humming along and wishing you, too, were as gifted on the ivory keys.
If you were a guest at the wedding the full gallery can be seen by clicking HERE. You will need the password given you on the reception card or simply ask the bride and groom.
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