1st August 2018 - This beautiful summer's day saw Kellie and Matt marry at Pimhill Barn, just on the outskirts of Shrewsbury. This rustic 16th Century venue is perfect for those couples wanting to make their wedding venue their own by adding unique and personal touches, and Kellie and Matt did just that.
I always have a second photographer with me which enables me to capture a different aspects of your wedding day. For this wedding, Jacqui from Jaycott Photography joined me. We worked together to record the day in a style as natural as possible.
Kellie and Matt put together a lovely rustic theme than ran through the whole day. It went perfectly with the feel of the barn.
Whilst bridal preparation were underway, I took some time out to meet with Matt and his groomsmen, to capture those all important shots prior to the wedding ceremony. I always make sure I get plenty of shots of the groom, as he is just as important as the bride!
Kellie found her dream wedding dress at Wedding World, Shrewsbury.
It's always a lovely experience for me to be part of the bridal preparations - and results in some lovely 'behind the scenes' shots. Hairstylist, Kay Thomas and Make Up Artist, Michelle Watson did an amazing job.
The dusky pink colour scheme of the bridesmaid's dresses matched perfectly with the delicate colours of the flowers. Katie's Florist in Wem put together beautiful bouquets, buttonholes and arrangements for the tables and cake.
The beautiful summer weather allowed Kellie & Matt to experience the outdoor wedding ceremony that Pimhill Barn has to offer.
There's always time for a group shot, and although I recommend dedicating at most half an hour after your ceremony to group photos, we still have time to capture quite a few of the important family shots that you will want.
The spacious gardens and natural surroundings of Pimhill Barn work perfectly for those all-important newlywed photographs.
The barn was set up beautifully for the wedding breakfast, as well as the reception afterwards. The tables and chairs were provided by Tipples, and everything worked so well together. The splashes of pink stood out against the neutral colours of the wooden decor.
The speeches are always a traditional part of any wedding day which is full of emotion. Capturing the bride, groom and guests reactions are just priceless.
I am a big fan of capturing natural smiles and laughter - which is what a wedding is all about.
The semi-naked wedding cake looked so elegant against the bricked wall background and wooden decorations.
Wedding Supplier Shout Out:
Photographer: Nicki Jones Photography
Second Photographer: Jacqui, Jaycott Photography
Wedding Venue: Pimhill Barn
Wedding Dress: Wedding World, Shrewsbury
Flowers: Katie's Florist, Wem
Make Up: Michelle Watson
Tables & Chairs: Tipples