Low Friarside Farm wedding photography | Amy & Craig
Amy & Craig asked me to shoot their Low Friarside Farm wedding photography in a very natural and relaxed way, only a few quick portraits and the rest of the day just candid photos of everyone enjoying their special day. Well they gave me PLENTY to work with, what a beautiful and super personal DIY wedding!!!
What was your favourite part of the wedding?
Craig’s favourite part was me arriving in a vintage Land Rover Defender to surprise him. I think my favourite part was walking down the aisle and seeing Craig plus all of my closest friends and family in the most stunning of settings waiting to help us celebrate
Please let me know about any personal or DIY touches you added to make the day a little more ‘you’.
We did EVERYTHING ourselves! Every aspect of the venue was booked separately and therefore totally bespoke to our tastes. We are both super busy people and as well as doing the most long and unsociable hours at our respective jobs but we threw ourselves whole-heartedly into planning our wedding.
Why did you choose your venue?
We chose to get married at Low Friarside Farm as it’s a new and totally unique venue, in fact we were only the second couple to be married there. The venue is a farm that has its own 14th Century ruined chapel and because it isn’t a licensed wedding venue it meant that we could have an outdoor humanist ceremony, which was super personal.
How did you find using Andy Hudson Photography?
Andy was a dream to work with. Neither myself nor Craig particularly like having our photo taken so it was important to us that the photos were natural and not staged in any way with only a tiny handful of formal photos. Andy fit in with the guests, he mingled, got the most perfect relaxed shots and all of the guests commented on how lovely the photos were.
If you were doing it all again what would be the one bit of advice you’d give yourself at the start of the planning process?
Ideally we’d have probably booked the tent from the Wednesday for a Saturday wedding as it definitely got a bit stressful the night before trying to get set up. Craig’s best men up a pole tying fairy lights around the centre poles at about 11pm the night before definitely wasn’t great preparation!