Berkshire Wedding Photography

I first met Jo at Kate and Andy’s Wedding in May, she is Andy’s Sister and was one of Kate’s Bridesmaids.

Jo and Laurence got married at St Michael’s Church and followed with their reception at the beautiful High Barn in Great Bardfield.

I started the day with Laurence so that I could get some time with the Groom in the morning before heading over to the their house to cover the Bridal Preps.

Laurence was getting ready and meeting up with the some of the guest at the Whitehall Hotel in Broxted.



Anya get’s her hair done!

Anya getting ready

The Dress

Jo's Dress

Bridal Portrait of Jo


Flowers and the Dress

Laurence waiting for Jo

Laurence waits in anticipation

Jo and Laurence at the altar, photographed through one of the pews.


The happy couple

The happy couple

A brief moment alone

A quick moment alone

Walking alone

Kate’s talents were on display again! Jo had themed the reception around the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.

Place cards

A fitting table name for the Bride and Groom, I don’t think Jo stopped smiling for long all day.

Cheshire Cat

Jo made her own wedding cake

The Cake

Laurence’s Speech produced both laughter and a few tears

Laurence's Speech



The evening entertainment was provided both by the band and Jo!

Live Music

Jo sang a beautiful rendition of Chasing Cars

Jo sings

Their First Dance

Jo and Laurence Dance

8 Responses to “Joanna and Laurence – Wedding – The High Barn”

  1. mark says:

    Great coverage! Lots of emotion at this wedding.

  2. Great Pictures – love the relaxed feel.

  3. Wow – you really captured the romanticism of the day – you rarely see pictures of people crying like that with such joy and emotion.

  4. Lovely work Paul. Glad your not in Edinburgh…now that would cause some real confusion !

  5. Jean Hunt says:

    I absolutley love the black and white photographs in this selection. Black and white portray raw emotion. The colour ones are fab too!!!

  6. Monty says:

    Excellent photo’s… I love the way the photo’s of the food contrast with the black and white selection… the colour really jumps out.

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