7th September 2018 Joanne & Keith The Tythe Barn wedding video, Oxfordshire videographer

A summer day in September at the lovely Tythe barn in Launton Oxfordshire, a converted cow shed with a wow factor! It’s a quirky place where a Land rover served drinks as guests arrived to celebrate with Jo and Keith after a 5-year engagement. It was a hive of activity in the Nook, a secluded area where Jo was getting ready along with her bridesmaids. I was so pleased to be able to work with the lovely Emma Brookes again at this wedding, she’s a great photographer and we just work really well together. It was a gorgeous outdoor wedding with confetti bubbles and cheers for the newlyweds as they sealed their marriage with their first kiss.

Our Story

We met on a night out in Newcastle through mutual friends 5 years ago. Keith moved from Croydon to Milton Keynes and we have since had two little boys, Ryan and Luke. We are always laughing and joking with, and about each other! We love playing video games and going to the cinema and have a little habit of eating ice lollies every evening, even during the winter.

Our wedding team

Venue: The Tythe Barn http://www.thetythebarn.co.uk/

Brides dress: WED2B https://www.wed2b.co.uk/

Cake maker: LILIBET CAKES https://www.cakesbylilibet.com/

Florist: SUE ROBINSON https://www.theflowersweddingspecialist.co.uk/


Make-up artist: KRISTA

Photographer: EMMA BROOKES http://www.emmabrooksphotography.co.uk/

Band/Disco: THE DOMINO’S http://www.thedominos.co.uk/

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20th July 2018 Becky & Jacques The Tythe Barn wedding video, Oxfordshire videographer

When it came to Becky and Jacques’ wedding, they wanted to make sure that their special day was the perfect reflection of them as a couple. So when I found out that they were planning to hold it at The Tythe Barn in Launton, surrounded by beautiful fields and rustic charm, it seemed to fit them perfectly.

A variety of suppliers came together when it came to creating this special day. With a dress from Halo & Wren and makeup by Lauren Wheeler, it was definitely the beautiful bride Becky who stole the show. Add into this the stunning flowers by Penny Blossoms and the cake by Cakes by Kit, and you have a wedding that is one to remember.

Along with my services, the happy couple also picked Ben Wetherall to photograph many magical moments, including the preparations of the bridal party and groomsmen.

We were lucky with the weather, which meant that Becky and Jacques could say their vows outside, in front of all the people who are important to them, before heading off and having some time alone with a pint, while their guests enjoyed their surroundings and an ice cream or two.

The entire occasion was one of beauty, fun and family and it was everything that a wedding should be and much more.

Our wedding team

Brides dress: Halo & Wren – www.haloandwrenbridal.com
Cake maker: Cakes by Kit – www.cakesbykit.com
Florist: Penny Blossoms – www.pennyblossoms.co.uk
Make-up artist: Lauren Wheeler – www.laurenwheeler.co.uk
Photographer: Ben Wetherall – https://bpwphotography.com/

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Tegwen + Tim wedding film Tythe barn Launton

14th May 2016 Tegwen & Tim – Filmed at The Tythe Barn, Launton, Oxfordshire

On this gorgeous sunny May day, I was honored to witness Tim and ‘Tegs’ fulfill a promise that was, in fact, first made while they were at school. Tim admitted to having adorned his exercise book with “Tim Loves Tegs” in a big heart in Lower 6th, and this pair that had been told off for flirting in class were both overjoyed that this prophecy came true today. Tegwen looked flawless in a fitted, elegant gown with exquisite pearl beading on the bodice, and a stunning ‘up-do’ that framed her face in ethereal, wispy curls.

Her husband looked strapping, as did his band of merry groomsmen who each had a pair of brightly coloured socks on, only revealed during the photo session after the ceremony!

Tegwen’s bridesmaids looked wonderful in classic navy, their blue and pink bouquets just picking out the subtle but elegant tones of the couple’s colour scheme. For the guests, there was Pimm’s on arrival as they waited for the ceremony to begin, and once settled in their seats they gazed in awe at Tegwen and her father as they meandered down a path lined with twisted tree vines that met above their heads in a fairy-like archway.

As the groom led his new bride out again, he punched the air triumphantly with his beaming wife on his arm. After the ceremony the guests dined in the rustic yet elegant space of this wedding film Tythe Barn, twinkling fairy-lights strewn across the beams above them. Each table was named after a particular pub, so the guests were seated at a variety of much-loved establishments from The Red Lion, to Mullins, to The Devonshire and beyond! This quirky touch set the tone for the party to come, as after dinner the guests danced the night away with the beautiful bride and groom at the centre of the crowded dance-floor.

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