Wedding Photographer The Great Barn Aynho Banbury Oxfordshire
As a Wedding Photographer The Great Barn Aynho Banbury Oxfordshire history is always as are all the older venues theat Jems Photography gets to visit. The Great Barn is a privately owned idyllic 18th century wedding venue set in 250 acres. The Great Barn is located on the Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire borders just 10 minutes from Junction 10 of the M40 between Bicester and Banbury. The venue comprises two beautifully restored 18th century stone barns which were built in 1770 as part of The Cartwright Estate in Aynho. The barns were converted in 1986 specifically for weddings, private parties and corporate functions and have been running the events ever since. The venue also has court yard, stonewalled garden and fields not to mention the beautiful lakes and bridges for the wedding photographer to create your special romantic wedding photographs.
On the wedding day the Wedding Photographer The Great Barn Aynho Banbury Oxfordshire will start with the bridal preparations which can take place in The Great Barn’s bridal preparation room. The room is spacious and has great light allowing natural light photography and documentary styled images to be captured. The venue has many different areas to photograph the grooms arrival and images with his groomsmen are taken also. The ceremony if marring at the venue will be conducted by the Northamptonshire Registration Service and should you need to contact them you can click the link. Jems Photography have worked with the registrars on many weddings and photography is allowed during the service capturing all the important emotions of that very important part of the day. After the ceremony Jems photography when being the Wedding Photographer The Great Barn Aynho Banbury Oxfordshire likes to take a step back and capture the congratulations passed to you from your guests before starting any family groups. If time allows we can go down to the beautiful lakes the venue has to offer or go down to capture the stunning evening light before you party the night away.