Brigg farmyard wedding

Adam and Kaylee’s Lincolnshire wedding photography was a smasher. Their wedding was a truly memorable occasion, not only for their guests but for me as well. Born and bred in Brigg, Lincolnshire, they chose to have their wedding on Adam’s dads farm on the road out towards Lincoln. I love a farmyard setting for a wedding, but especially when the venue is so very personal to the couple. This one couldn’t have been closer to their hearts.

Vintage bikes and lizards

During the pre wedding meeting I feel I got to know them both pretty well. Not only did we talk about the wedding, but I got to find out more about Adam’s interests too. He showed me his pet lizard and as I had a short stint of having reptiles for pets as a child, I was fascinated! He also mentioned in passing his love for his vintage motorbike. When he told me this I immediately had to ask if it would be there on the wedding day. I really wanted to get some epic shots of Adam and the second love of his life. The bike itself is a pretty famous one – a Triton with a 744 cc Triumph T140V engine. Adam has lovingly restored it and as you can see in the photos, has made for some funky groom and couple photos.

DIY Farmyard Wedding

The wedding ceremony itself was held in the market town of Brigg, in the heart of North Lincolnshire. Kaylee chose Forest Pines Hotel to get ready at in the morning and the ceremony was held in the grand Buttercross, a regency style room overlooking the market place. This wedding was a real intimate and family affair. After everyone had travelled to the farm, the party got underway. It was so much fun with plenty of games, laughter and excitement! As the sun set, the drinks flowed and the night truly got underway. I stay way past the first dance for my full day wedding photography packages and this is the part of the night when everyone lets their hair down. I capture the photos of the crazy faces, dad dancing and arms-in-the-air wildness. (yes, this is a word!)

A fantastic couple and a fantastic day to match. Hope you enjoy looking at these wedding memories again!

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Wish you could have your own Lincolnshire farmyard wedding? Check out this blog at Hall Farm wedding venue. Or, for an even more at home style, check out this back garden tipi wedding.