Summer Wedding at Kingsthorpe Lodge Barn
Lizzie & James had a beautiful summer wedding at Kingsthorpe Lodge Barn. The couple did not want to follow the majority of wedding traditions and decided to keep the day very relaxed and completely them. I just loved their outdoor ceremony and the surrounding area at Kingsthorpe Lodge Barn.
Here’s what Lizzie & James had to say about their wedding photos:
“We both loved catching up on the day, seeing the parts we felt we missed as we were so caught up in everything! We said so many times while we were looking through them, we couldn’t have picked a better photographer for us – believe me, we looked at SO many! You made us feel so at ease, and have done an incredible job of taking photos of us as a couple, that look so natural – we love them! We can’t wait to show our parents, they all said how great you were on the day.
Thank you so much for capturing the day for us.
Lizzie and James xx”
A relaxed and informal outdoor ceremony
There was no aisle, no entrance, no giving away the daughter and no confetti exit. What remained was two people showing their love for one another. It was so beautiful and emotional.
Fun and natural couple portraits
Decor details of dreams!
Lizzie is a vintage furniture restorer and upcycling genius who owns the epic Elizabeth dot designs, so it was only right that she did all the DIY and decor styling. Kingsthorpe Lodge Barn is a completely dry hire venue so Lizzie & James got really creative and put their own stamp on the place.
Dessert table heaven
- Dress: Rembo Styling
- Florist: none, we’re just having lots of foliage
- Cake: no official cake, just lots of bakes from fam and friends
- Music: live band – Chartz
- Food: Hungry Hog BBQ
If you’re having a Summer Wedding at Kingsthorpe Lodge Barn or looking for a quirky boho wedding photographer get in touch, I’d love to hear all about your plans.
Kirsty is a fun and colourful wedding photographer, specialising in creative documentary wedding photography that tells the story of your day. There’s no stiff awkward portraits, or Chandler Bing smiles; just meaningful moments and life long memories.