The details

The happy couple:

Sophie and Anthony

The date:

30th May 2019

The location:

Doxford Barns, Northumberland


Chris & Shazia

Sophie and Anthony first found us on Instagram while they were looking for a photographer in 2018. Funnily enough, they were good friends with another of our couples, Emma and Phil, who married at the back end of 2018.

Sophie and Anthony chose Doxford Barns for their big day. They were having a Thursday wedding with a slightly later 3pm ceremony and while it was raining, we headed up to Doxford Barns to begin capturing their big day.


Where the wedding name came from:

The name was chosen after part of their couple portrait session took place in front of the glamping pods on site at the venue.

Chris began the day capturing Anthony and lads getting themselves reading in the courtyard.
Shazia was with Sophie and her family who were getting ready in the Hayloft.
Guests had began gathering over in the main barn ready for the ceremony.
Everyone was waiting patiently and Sophie was well worth the wait.
After spending some brief time with her dad, they heading over to the ceremony under the cover of an umbrella.
Anthony was waiting patiently inside the threashing hall as Sophie made her way down the isle.
It was a beautiful ceremony and Anthony and Sophie looked amazing together.
Post ceremony, it was back into the main hall for some drinks and canapés.
The had done such a great job decorating the venue. Just look at that sweet cart!!
The speeches were very informal, taking place before guests had taken their seats in the breakfast room.
Once they were seated however, the newlyweds were announced in and the wedding breakfast commenced.
Post meal, we headed out for some couple portraits, starting in the threashing hall.
Sophie and Anthony are so cool and were up for anything.
We managed to capture some great images in front of the glamping pods before heading back inside to continue the celebrations.
Guests were having a great time and were really enjoying themselves.
We had one more formality left for the evening and that was for the bride and groom to have their first dance together.