Back at Crockwell Farm with the stunning Mr and Mrs Haynes
Here’s a collection of their wedding photographs from Crockwell Farm;
Such a gorgeous couple in the gorgeous venue of Crockwell farm, a massive congratulations to the happy couple (and mini haynes of course!)…. I couldn’t really go wrong! The rain decided to stay for the day at Crockwell Farm and bring it’s good luck wishes to their marriage, but it certainly didn’t damped any spirits.
“Chose to love each other, even in those moments when you find times hard. Love is a commitment, not a feeling”
Now I’d very much take heed of Mrs Haynes advice above, they should know, they’ve been together since they were 15, when they met at school! In one aspect there was a little less pressure on the day due to their relationship continuing since school, meaning their families were already united, but in another sense it must have felt like a long time coming!
“On a very cold windy rainy winters day on a walk at Fawsley with mini Haynes and Sampson the pug. Rob finally asked me to marry him after nearly 11 years together”
The following Suppliers all made their big day special and they all did a fantastic job, I’d have no issues recommending any of them;
Abi from Oxfordshire Wedding Hair was on hair styling duties. This is the first time I’ve worked with Abi, she was fantastic and really fitted in with the bridal prep guests.
Selina (MUA) and the crew from The Beauty Suite providing her amazing makeup skills as always.
Seb Biddle was their videographer for the day. Seb is a student and gifted his services to Mr and Mrs Haynes. If you’re looking for a videographer just starting out that will give you 100% for your day then this is your guy, I found him professional and good laugh too!
Mr Haynes sister happens to also be a photographer, they didn’t want to take her away from enjoying the day (fortunately for me!) but she did manage to get a few great shots too, check out her work at Fields Photography
“The day ran perfect and smooth and went incredibly quick which was the saddest part of it all. It’s so overwhelming with all your family and friends there and so much to take in, treasure every minute!”