Wedding Photos at Soho Farmhouse
When I discovered that Tabitha and Ethan were having their wedding reception at Soho Farmhouse as a wedding photographer I couldn’t be more excited. Soho Farmhouse offers private event spaces which are neighbouring the Cotswolds villages of Chipping Norton and Great Tew, Soho Farmhouse is spread across 100 acres of Oxfordshire countryside.
Glass House Wedding Photos
They started the wedding preparations nearby in Great Tew and shortly got married in a beautiful local church in Great Tew. Tabitha looked stunning in her beautiful wedding dress and Ethan blue suit was so sharp!
Tabitha walked into the church and all eyes where on here instantly, from the top of aisle Ethan turned around instantly and the happy couple locked eyes for the whole walk up to the alter.
Cotswolds Wedding Photography
After the ceremony, outside the church, there was an incredible confetti run where all of the friends and family congratulated the happy couple. After the hugs and squeezes has all been exhausted the bridal party made their way to the Soho Farmhouse.
Once we had arrived at the private gates to the farmhouse we were escorted to the Glass House where the celebrations could continue. Once in this private member club you can see why it is so popular, every detail from the flowers to the table settings had been throughly thought out.
Natural Wedding Photography
The party start to get going with the canapés and music, this was followed by a delicious BBQ. Once everyone was sat down the speeches began. There was laughter and tears as the bride and groom both made speeches along side the father of the bride and the best men. Finally Tabitha's sister took to the mic and said a few thoughtful words to her sister on her wedding day.
Live Jazz Party
The decor perfectly suited the Glass House at Soho Farmhouse, it seamlessly blended in to form the perfect setting for the evening party. The couple had a live Jazz player who walked around the room whilst performing.
The party kept going well into the evening and there seemed no sign of stopped.