Once again I am back to one of my favourite wedding venues in and around Buckinghamshire – the Old Luxters Barn. This time I was photographing the wedding of Katherine and Oliver. These guys are very easy to be around and Katherine is an incredibly sweet person. She prepared one of the shortest formal group lists I had (it’s not a secret, photographers don’t particularly like long lists!), simply because she wanted her guests to enjoy the reception hour Katherine made a gorgeous bride and together with her mum they’ve organised one very beautiful and elegant wedding! Congratulations to Katherine and Oliver!
A quick preview from Nikki and Chris’ wedding last Saturday. Nikki and Chris were lucky not to have any rain on their wedding day, but we were even luckier to have some beautiful sunlight in the evening as we had an exclusive access to the Vineyard at the Old Luxters Barn where the wedding reception took place! Some of the shots from the Vineyard below, and more to follow.
Congratulations to Nikki and Chris!
People who saw my blog post from York and Albany restaurant (that’s my old blog btw) may know that other than doing wedding and portrait photography I have a passion for taking pictures of original and distinctive looking interiors, especially if this includes food photography.
Last month I visited the Old Luxters Barn near Buckinghamshire as it’s the venue for Chris and Nikki’s wedding reception this summer. I was on my way home from another shoot so had my camera with me. And I’m glad I did because this wedding venue is more than just a venue. It is located within an English vineyard and brewery with its own very cute little cellar shop selling a variety of own wines, ales, liqueurs and local produce. Chiltern Valley Winery and Brewery have wine tours and tastings available. While I was taking photos I had my very own little tour and a bit of tasting by ever so cheerful Zoe who was looking after the shop that day. As a result of this tour I ended up with 2 bottles of award-winning Egnlish fine wine and I must tell you there’s nothing like drinking a glass of splendid wine when you know exactly where it comes from!