Cripps Barn Rural Wedding

Real Wedding // Published by Sam, Editor - March 23, 2016

We feature a lovely Cripps Barn Rural Wedding of Laura and Simon, their special day was captured by Jennifer Sinclair.

Laura and Simon

I had worked with Simon some years ago and was so delighted when he made contact with me last year to talk about taking his wedding photographs.  When I first met Laura I just knew we were going to get on so well. She was just perfect for Simon. Laura and Simon are such an amazing couple and it was an absolute pleasure to take their wedding photographs.

About the Day

Laura and Simon’s wedding was in February this year. They are both outdoor people so the rural setting of Cripps Barn was perfect for the day.  Laura and her bridesmaids got ready at the Four Pillars Hotel in South Cerney. It was a lovely relaxed morning. The weather wasn’t kind to Simon and Laura and it was a shame that the rain didn’t hold off until Laura had arrived. Cripps Barn is a beautiful venue and so cozy inside, it really didn’t matter what the weather was outside. The rain did stop later in the afternoon and with Laura and Simon prepared with wellington boats we went out for some bride and groom photographs. Simon had proposed to Laura in New York so they had chosen a New York themed wedding blended with English tea. The venue looked stunning.

About Jennifer

I absolutely love being a wedding photographer and spending a day like the one with Laura and Simon is truly amazing.   I am a wedding photographer based in Hampshire but cover not only Hampshire but Wiltshire and Surrey too.  I’m very girly and love all things love pastel, rustic, floral, shabby chic and my branding style comes with a nostalgic vintage feel.   I’m a bit of a ‘miss-organised’ and always looking things that inspire me and innovate my business.  My photography business is a lifestyle for me.

My style is natural and relaxed.  It is always such a pleasure and privilege to be asked to take wedding photographs and be part of a couple’s special day.   I do believe it is really important to have a personal connection with the people I photograph.  The things that surround me in my every day life inspire me; I love the countryside, and the use of natural light for creating beautiful photographs.


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