Penny Square barn wedding photography

What a place Penny square barn is to have a wedding reception! It is located in such a beautiful part of Somerset, the perfect setting for Bee and Danny’s wedding. The day itself was really special and clearly took a lot of planning, this wedding had the lot! I photographed Bee and her bridesmaids as they spent most of the morning getting ready at her mothers house in Somerset then I went to see Danny and the boys getting ready in an old farm where they were staying for the weekend.

The ceremony was held in the beautiful grounds of St. Mary the Virgin Church at Batcombe and what an entrance Bee got, as she entered the church and walk down the aisle with her mother the whole wedding congregation clapped and cheered! After the ceremony, Bee left the church and went across to her father’s grave with her new husband, knelt down and spent a minute together on their own, it was a special moment from the day and I feel privileged to have captured it. From the church at Batcombe everybody headed to Penny Square Barn for the wedding reception, it was my first time at the barn and it has such a beautiful vibe, a really cool place to photograph a wedding.

The drinks reception on the field in front of the marquee has the most splendid view of the Somerset hills, it was also perfect weather so everybody stayed outside, drank champagne, ate canapes and played games. Once the speeches were over, everybody made their way to an open fire pit next to the barn, the DJ began her set and everybody started the party. A poem was read before everybody entered the barn and from there on it was a full 3 hour set with Danny’s brothers band, even the bride and groom climbed on stage for a song!

Here are some of my favourite photographs from the day….

Getting readyThe groom getting readyThe groom arranges his tieThe bookshelves of the brides mothers houseA bridesmaid dusts make up onA bridesmaid laughs as she gets dressedThe bridal party put on their own make up in the morningPictures hang on wallsA bridesmaid puts on mascaraThe bridesmaids share a joke togetherThe bride looks in the mirrorThe bride and her lipstickThe brides mother helps her daughter get readyHelping the bride get her dress onFlowers above the church doorThe bridal party arrives at the church in BatcombeBatcombe village fete posterWalking up towards the churchThe bridal party get ready to walk down the aisleThe vicar walks the bridal party down the aisle of the churchThe bride arrives and smiles at the groomChurch flowersThe vicar pauses for thoughtThe best man listens to the ceremonyGuests speak in churchThe brude and groom rest half way through the talksThe couple exchange wedding ringsThe bride puts a ring on the finger of the groomThe wedding couple take their vowsThe congregation standBatcombe Church leafletsSigning the registerThe couple walk down the aisleWedding petals in a whicker basketWedding petals shower the bride and groom outside Batcombe churchWedding petals fall to the groundThe bride at her fathers grave in Batcombe churchA range rover takes the wedding guests to Penny Square barnA wooden poster board on the grassCamping sign and tipisThe marquee and tables are set and ready to serve foodThe singer of the band starts to perform for the guestsThe wedding band playing instrumentsA toast with champagne flutesA bridesmaid in sunglasses looks onEveryone gathers at the marquee entranceThe brides grandfatherWedding flowers of Penny Square BarnHusband and wife embraceSalad is served in the marquee at Penny Square BarnThe groom tells a jokeFriends and family laugh and applaudA man sat in the marquee takes off his hatBride and groom together in the marqueeA joke is shared between each otherThe bride stands up and delivers a speech to the marqueeThe groom laughs at the brides jokeThe bride and groom share a tender momentThe best man tells everyone in the marquee who he isThe best man and the groom share a drink togetherA pizza is made in front of the wedding guestsA mother talks to her son on a bail of hay at Penny Square BarnThe evening fire pit is litA lady chooses a vinyl record to palyThe DJs turntablesThe pizza van at Penny Square BarnA wedding guest dances through the night at the open air discoEvening guests arrive with presents for the bride and groomBeer is served at the bar of the open air discoLovers embraceWedding presents on a wooden table next to the barnThe couple kissThe groom outside Penny Square BarnThe bride outside Penny Square BarnThe wedding tipisSparklers outside the barnA sparkler is waved around outsideA bridesmaid sings a song to the crowd that have gathered outside the barnA crowd gather around the outdoor fire pitThe grooms brother plays bass guitar on stageDancing and singing in Penny Square BarnThe groom on stage with his brothers bandA guest whistles at the band on stageThe wedding band perform live on stage at Penny Square BarnLights across the dancefloor make silhouettes of the crowdThe groom singing on stageThe barns lights hit the dancefloorRaversThe bride sings on stageGuitar solos at Penny Square BarnThe brides sister hugs a friend on the dancefloorA couple embrace each other at the end of the night

Flowers  –  The walled garden at Mells

Dress  –  Rime Arodaky

Boutique  –  The Mews

Hair and make up  –  Colin Wyatt

Styling  –  Rodeo events

Sperry tent  –  Papakata

Evening food  –  PizzaRova

Bell tent village  –  WOW tents

Festival flags  –  The event flag hire company

Lights  –  Enlightened lighting

Penny Square barn wedding photographer

I am guessing you have landed on this page because you are getting married in Somerset and are looking for a Penny Square Barn photographer. My name is Warren and I am an established Somerset wedding photographer and I have been photographing weddings all over the UK for the last ten years. Most of my weddings are across the South West of England but I have photographed weddings in France, Tunisia and as far afield as Australia and the United States, I love to travel so I will go anywhere if the date is free!

I will arrive at your wedding venue the day before your wedding day to make sure I am there and ready to go early in the morning because I want to capture your day from the beginning right until the very end. As your wedding photographer I will work to creatively capture your wedding from the minute you start to get ready, up until the last song. I want to timelessly document the emotion and present you with a beautiful collection of wedding photographs.

You will put so much time into organising your wedding, you need a photographer that will work just as hard to capture all the moments that matter. As you can see from my portfolio I observe what is happening and document it using natural light where possible to create beautiful,emotive photographs. We can arrange a time for portraits in the evening but apart from that I just capture the wedding exactly how it happens. It does not matter how big or small your wedding will be or where it is, I would love to be there. If you love my style, and you feel a connection with my work then please get in contact using the details below.

Thank you for your time.

Warren.