The details

The happy couple:

Jessica and Ben

The date:

23rd August 2019

The location:

A lovely farm, Consett


Chris & Shazia

Jessica and Ben initially met us at another wedding we photographed back in 2018 and after observing us on the day, as well as seeing the results of the photographs from their friend’s wedding, decided that they wanted us to photograph their big day.

Their plans for their big day were a little different. They were getting married in a local church, but their reception was to take place in a marquee on their family farm.

They had done a fantastic job and preparing for the day. The marquee looked incredible and vibe for the whole day was going to be fun and laid back. That’s exactly what we’re about.


Where the wedding name came from:

The name was chosen because… well, the wedding was on a farm.

Chris began the day with Ben and his groomsmen who were all looking very dappa in their black tie suits.
Shazia was with Jess and the girls back at the farm.
It was one of those days when everyone looked amazing. The bridesmaids, the gents and of course, Jess herself.
Guests were arriving at church as Jess made her way over in the car.
After some waves outside, the tears hit Jess just as she was about to enter the church to see Ben.
It was a beautiful ceremony and the vicar did a fantastic job of injecting a great dose of humour in the service.
Outside, Chris was busy organising guests into a confetti tunnel as our newlyweds waited patiently for the nod.
Confetti everywhere!!
Jess and Ben made their exit in a beautiful vintage Porsche while guests boarded the buses ready to head to the farm.
Guests were thoroughly entertained on arrival, with singing and canapés aplenty.
After a little organisation, we managed to capture a big group photograph of everyone together before guests headed in for the speeches.
The marquee looked stunning inside and the team had done such a fantastic job of setting everything up. It looked fantastic.
After the meal, we headed into the nearby lane for some photographs. The lighting was perfect!
Guests were well into the swing of things as we returned. The drinks were flowing and the party was getting started.
The sun was setting, so we organised a bouquet toss before our bride and groom headed into the marquee for their first dance.