Spring Wedding Day On A Working Farm
That’s right, a working farm complete with livestock, mud, lumpy grass, the works.
I’ll admit this kind of wedding is not for everyone.
If your idea of a perfect wedding doesn’t involve at least one of your guests slipping in the mud then I would suggest avoiding a farm wedding.
There is a lot to love about Lawns Farm.
It is family run and the whole village gets involved, including the animals. This kind of wedding venue feels so much more personal and down to earth. Honestly, for all the glitz and glamour of a stately home wedding, I think there is something to be said for coming home with muddy boots, stinking of bonfire smoke.
Of course a wedding wouldn’t be much without an amazing couple and a bunch of crazy guests to get the party stared, and oh boy did this lot deliver. Shots were flowing, heads were knocking on the bouncy castle, people were chasing goats for selfies, and of course there was beer pong in the tent.
Louicia and Dean were restricted to 30 guests because of ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, but I must say it felt like just the right amount of people to give the day a party vibe without being overcrowded.
Before we get to the sneak peak slideshow and some photos, I’d like to acknowledge some of the team who helped make this day possible: