Jo and Ben got married in a romantic church ceremony at St Peter & St Paul Church in Porchbrook. Two vintage buses stood ready for guests to go from the church to the reception venue at Bodenham Farm. Everyone enjoyed ice cold beer and Prosecco en route to the reception.
Bodenham Farm, located at Bodenham Arbetorium, was perfect for a rustic wedding reception. Everything from the hay-bales and re-purposed barns to a DIY bar added to the charm and character of the day.
One of the highlights was the mariachi band. The bride and groom led the musicians into the barns. The arrival of the band ignited an explosive atmosphere and an unforgettable evening. The ushers and bridesmaids handed out sombreros and fake moustaches to entertain guests. With the sun shining and the music chiming it was almost easy to forget we were in England.
Thank you Jo and Ben for asking me to photograph your beautiful wedding. It was an unforgettable experience.

My Five Favourite Photos

To follow are the five photographs I’ve chosen as my top picks. I just love the page boy peeking around the church pew. Continue scrolling down to see the rest of the highlights from Jo & Ben’s rustic farm wedding.

Bridal Preparations

Jo and her Bridesmaids spent the morning sipping champagne and getting ready at home at Boddenham Farm. Jo’s stunning wedding dress is from Georgina Scott Bridal, shoes from Rainbow Club and the bridal bouquets by Andrew of Stourbridge.

The Ceremony

Jo and Ben got married in a religious ceremony at St Peter & St Paul Church near Kidderminster. Jo arrived in a beautiful vintage Bentley and guests traveled by bus.

The Evening Reception

Guests arrived at Boddenham Farm and followed the Bride and Groom to the barns. It made for a beautiful wedding reception, decorated with flowers and hay-bales. The space was rustic and filled with charm.