Oxfordshire is one of my favourite counties for wedding venues; it boasts vast amounts of beautiful countryside and many stunningly renovated barn conversions, including The Tythe Barn.
I first visited Tythe Barn for Smith & Squire’s wedding back in May 2018 and truly loved the space. An abundance of natural light is my ultimate photography dream, and the barn definitely has that. Being able to get married inside the open barn doors is, I’m sure, a reason that many choose the venue. Luckily the weather held out for us on both occasions!
Needless to say, I was thrilled when Jodie sent me a message on Instagram enquiring about my availability for her nuptials to Glenn just over a year after I’d first been there.
We met in person in December for their engagement shoot at FarGo Village in Coventry and I could instantly tell from their style and conversational cultural references that we would get on like a house on fire. They love record stores and perusing ‘knick knack’ shops – me too!
They styled The Tythe Barn beautifully, using gin bottles as centrepieces and scattering dried petals across the tables. Jodie’s vintage-looking dress and red lips set everything off perfectly.
With a massive thank you to Liam from Folkstar Photography for second shooting with me on this one. All groom prep images (plus a handful of others) are his, and he did a bangin’ job. You can see his version of the day here.
If you are planning your wedding at The Tythe Barn and would like to discuss your wedding photography, please do contact me for a chat.
If you’d like to see more countryside weddings, you can here.