A beautiful classic barn venue was the backdrop for Frank and Ali’s Handfastings outdoor wedding.
Down Hall Farm Barn in Cambridgeshire was chosen by the radiant couple for their wonderfully unique day to hold their personalised ceremony and reception with professional female photographer, Becky Kerr, on hand every step of the way to capture a truly remarkable occasion.
It seemed only fitting for the happy couple’s daughter to play such a big role in their wedding day. As she lovingly helped Ali get ready, hand tied ribbons were attached to her wrist as well as her beautiful mum’s whilst her dad excitedly waited for his bride to be to arrive for the ceremony held in the outdoor grounds of the spectacular barn.
Beautiful outdoor ceremony
Looking radiant in her exquisite Otaduy dress, Ali smiled from ear to ear as she walked gracefully across the grounds, holding a fabulous wedding flower bouquet especially designed by Sarah Maylin Flowers, to greet Frank alongside with "Love is Simple" celebrant Hannah Jones waiting to conduct the Handfastings cermoney .
At the Classic wedding venue guests were close to tears of happiness as they watched the intimate outdoor ceremony from hay bails scattered across the grounds, Frank and Ali then tied their ribbons to each other in a gesture of love as they exchanged rings and vows.
Thankfully the weather held out for their heartfelt ceremony but once the happy bride and groom entered the barn for a delicious wedding banquet, the heavens well and truly opened and carried on raining way into the night. But the downfall certainly didn’t dampen proceedings.
Taking to the dance floor for their first dance, Frank and Ali gazed lovingly into each other’s eyes as they were watched on by those who meant so much to them. With glow sticks and flashing lights then adding an extra sparkle to their wedding party evening, female photographer, Becky Kerr, made sure she took a final few lasting beautiful shots of the newly weds before leaving them to party the evening away.
A day to remember
Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire wedding photographer, Becky Kerr, takes such pride and joy with her work when she is asked to capture a couple’s wedding. And if you have just got engaged, now is a great time to visit some wedding fairs. Don’t be afraid to ask everything and anything about professional wedding photography! Becky is particularly adept at capturing beautiful, intimate and off the cuff shots as well as the lovely group photographs that stay with a couple for a lifetime. She will be attending wedding fairs in Woburn Sculptuer Gallery, Wrest Park and Milling Barns if you’d like to have an informal chat with her . www.loveissimple.co.uk