Hazel Gap Barn Wedding •

Alex & Harrison, ooooh what can we say!! This was one of our favourites from 2018 and it did not disappoint! Can’t believe we get to call this our job when we have so much fun.

It was a lovely chilled morning getting ready for the girls, with prosecco, coffee and cheese toasties as I arrived and Sinead was over with the guys at a nearby hotel. They were chilling out in robes while writing their speeches, and there was nervous excitement vibe in the air!

Their ceremony and reception took place at the gorgeous Hazel Gap Barn, and had a lovely relaxed feel to it. Keeping everything under one roof meant it was really laid back, and the place was filled with flowers from Fountain Court Florist, and loads of candles were dotted around making the ceremony intimate, especially when over 10 female friends stood up to give a beautiful reading – tears all round!


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After some speeches, epic smoke-bombs outside, and a case of some semi-naked chefs (!), it was down to the dancing! Instead of a cake cutting, they decided to have a Krispy Kreme pyramid, which went down a treat – as well as having a massive sweets table for their guests to snack from.

One of our favourite moments of the day was a slo mo video booth, which Alex had seen the idea on Instagram, and knew instantly she wanted something similar. It was so much fun to capture!

Thanks Alex & Harrison for having us along, for being so lovely and treating us like friends – can we do it all again please!!!


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Take a look at their highlight film below, and if you’re getting married soon and would love a relaxed film of your day – get in touch here!




Venue – Hazel Gap Barn
Venue Stylist – Save The Date Event Stylist
Florist – Fountain Court Florist
Hair – Natalie Wright @ Estilo Epworth
Makeup – Julia Jeckell
Dress – Enzoani
Suit – Skopes (at House of Fraser)
Bridesmaids dresses – TFNC
Ceremony guitarist – Mark Stevens
Evening band – Acoustic Angels
Doughnuts – Krispy Kreme
Timetable illustration – Wildflower Illustration Co
Photographer – Chris Snowden