Hertfordshire Wedding Photographer | South Farm
South Farm, Royston | Christina & Joe
I’m really excited to be sharing the photographs from Christina and Joe’s elegant and romantic South Farm wedding on the blog.
I’d previously met Christina when she had modeled wedding dresses for a styled bridal shoot for me and I knew that her wedding would be super stylish.
South Farm is near Royston, but very close to Cambridge and is one of my absolute favourite wedding venues. With Christina’s sister Karen as chief bridesmaid, Joe’s brother James as best man, five other bridesmaids, five ushers and two most adorable little flower girls, Christina and Joe’s wedding turned out to be every bit as beautiful as I anticipated.
The weather was warm and sunny and just perfect for the ceremony in the summer house in the grounds of the farm.
The reception took place in the Tudor barn which was beautifully decorated with lots of pastel tones and the most gorgeous flowers. Christina used to be a Florist and worked for Wild Frost who not only supplied the flowers but was their as a guest and friend.
We made the most of the farm surroundings for some romantic portraits and we even met the cutest piglets ever!
The day was overflowing with love and romance and it was an absolute pleasure to photograph, thanks for choosing me as your photographer Christina & Joe, I wish you all the very best xx
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