A wedding at The Tithe Barn, Symondsbury: Katy & Steven

I have so many beautiful weddings to catch up with on the blog.  I have just received the most wonderful set of Fine Art Wedding Albums for Katy and Steven, and it prompted me to put this blog post together to look back at their wedding day.  It took place at the Tithe Barn at Symondsbury in Dorset, which was absolutely brand spanking new at the time of their wedding - well, they were wedding number two, so I think that still counts!  With the iconic Colmers Hill in the background, pretty gardens and tons of light and space inside, the Tithe Barn is a gorgeous wedding venue and it was lovely to photograph a wedding there.

I absolutely loved Katy and Steven's day and the way they decorated the barn.  The anchor motif, taken from Katy's tattoo, ran throughout everything, from the stationery and signposts to the wonderful bespoke light on the wall.  The table places were beautifully cross stitched by Katy, bearing the names of their favourite metal and punk bands, which was just a fantastic juxtaposition, especially with the most exquisite floral arrangements around them as well.  It was a wonderful day and I couldn't be more excited about delivering the albums!  Also, massive congratulations to Katy and Steven, as their baby son was born a few weeks ago - just fantastic news.  Here is a look back at their wedding day last summer...

You might also like to have a look at:

Daisy and Sally's Cornish farm wedding
Christine and Dan's humanist woodland ceremony
Kat and Benedict's French themed wedding at Cadhay, Devon

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Lovely suppliers involved in this wedding:

Katy's dress by Charlie Brear
Katy's shoes by Rachel Simpson
Steven's suit from Harris and Zei
Flowers by Charlie at The Real Cut Flower Garden
Cheese cake from The Fridge
Catering by Sausage & Pear
Hog Roast from Dorset Porkers
Hairdressing by Sharon from Hair by David
Make up by Faye from The Shed, Symondsbury

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