Just because you choose a farm wedding venue, it doesn't mean you have to have a rustic wedding. Holly Florence Photography and team chose decadent Moroccan decor to fill The Barn at Drovers. With gold charger plates and lanterns, plus vessels filled with fresh and dried flowers. Both brides wore romantic and bohemian gowns and looked at ease with all the animals. Wait until you meet Fudge!
Moroccan inspired LGBTQ farm wedding venue inspiration with warm rust and copper tones.
We wanted to be inclusive of all ethnicities and sexualities and these beautiful brides helped us capture just that.
FARM WEDDING VENUE
As the cherry blossom fell and the soft rays of April sunshine peaked through, we captured the beautiful Natalia and Priya at Drovers Rest; A laid back farm wedding venue on the outskirts of Herefordshire.
Our warm, rust and copper-toned colour pallet was inspired by a traditional Moroccan wedding and helped to create our carefully designed sea of warmth for our floral composition and table layout.
A farm wedding isn't complete without a few farmyard animals. Hello, Oscar, Mini and Fudge.
As our beautiful brides left the ceremony area in an original 1963 VW split screen bus, their wedding day glow radiantly shone through. But the day was not quite complete yet without their puppy dogs, Oscar and Mini. As they joined them on the bus, this moment really felt complete.
A farm wedding venue is often charming, rustic and unique, and surrounded by a picturesque rural setting. Just imagine those couples portraits in the nearby field... Or with your favourite furry friends like our beautiful brides above. Search our Recommended venues and supplier directory for a farm wedding venue near you.