Norwood Place Barn
Catherine & Alex
There’s only so much a photographer can do at a wedding. I’ve often said to couples ‘You make the photos, I take them’ which has quite a ring of truth to it.
This is because as photographers we can’t force people into a photo. We can’t make the sun shine and we can’t decorate a venue to look greater than it is.
What we can do though is make the best from what we are given and if presented with two people very much in love ( who aren’t afraid to show it), a venue with character and grounds which sing at all hours of the day then boy can we deliver…and then some.
Welcome to Norwood Place Barn.
Norwood Place Barn is set way off the beaten track and full of charm.
They only host a few weddings a year and there is a lake opposite with huge willow trees all around and within the bounds of the lake, across a bridge, there’s a little island with tall grasses and haunting woodland. Perfect for sunset photos.
Catherine and Alex were married at St Bartholomews church just down the road from the venue and it was one of the hottest days of the year too so everyone was outside enjoying the entertainment.
The attention to detail inside, the table decor and flowers was beautiful. For me this was a barn wedding to beat all barn weddings before it.
In the evening they had an amazing Falconry display with Hawks and Owls which woo’d the guests!
Here are some more images from their day:
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