Tudor Barn Wedding, Burnham

by | Apr 6, 2019

I am thrilled to share the highlights from Lee’s and Rochelle’s wedding reception at The Tudor Barn  in Burnham. The couple chose to get married in a religious ceremony at their family church in Rickmansworth, followed by a wedding breakfast and evening reception at the Buckinghamshire wedding venue in Burnham. 

The Tudor Barn dates back to 1505 and offers a romantic setting for modern-day weddings. The traditional barn with its original features and distinctive clock tower creates the perfect backdrop for a rustic English wedding reception. The main mezzanine hall with its original wooden beams and fairy lights is perfect for a wedding banquet.

Bridal Preparations

Rochelle and her Bridesmaids spent the morning together at her family home in Rickmansworth, just a stone’s throw from the church. The morning sun shone beautifully through the large picture windows, creating the perfect lighting for beautiful Bridal portraits and candid wedding preparation shots.

Rochelle chose blush pink and cream roses for her bridal bouquet, wedding flowers and bridesmaids dresses. Rochelle was an elegant Bride, just beautiful in her one of a kind wedding dress complete with lace detail and veil.

The Ceremony

Bells were ringing and the choir was singing at the 13th century church building in Rickmansworth, very fitting for a traditional church wedding. Lee and his Groomsmen welcomed guests as they arrived in the churchyard. It was a fine day and the excitement in the air was almost tangible as the sun came through the clouds. The wedding ceremony was performed by Revd Scott Talbott of St Mary The Virgin Church in Rickmansworth.  

The Tudor Barn

The 15th century Tudor Barn in Burnham provided the perfect backdrop for Lee’s and Rochelle’s rustic English wedding reception. The Buckinghamshire wedding venue offers a traditional barn with a stunning Mezzanine banquet hall, large windows and original beams adorned with fairy lights. Rochelle added some lovely touches with flowers and decor, elevating the space and creating the wedding reception she always dreamed of. The six acres of grounds and landscaped gardens were available for guests to explore and enjoy before the wedding meal was served. I particularly enjoyed the great choice and variety of options when it came to wedding photos –  the wooden facade of the barn, gardens, brick walls and original clock tower. I was really spoiled for choice.

The Wedding Breakfast & Speeches

Guest were invited into the main hall to enjoy a three course wedding banquet followed by three speeches – Father of the Bride, Groom and Best Man. The cutting of the cake took place directly after the wedding meal, followed by a drinks reception whilst the room was being turned around for the evening reception and first dance.

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