Today I am thrilled to share this beautiful Shropshire Wedding at Pimhill Barn with pretty blue and Roald Dahl details.
Images were captured by Lisa Webb Photography.
Lisa Webb is a Wedding photographer based on the North Welsh Border in Shropshire, West Midlands.
She also covers weddings in Staffordshire, Herefordshire and throughout the UK and beyond.
Her style is unobtrusive, relaxed and creative and she loves nothing more than capturing genuine laughter between newlywed couples, how mum or dad look when they first see you in your dress, or the look in your eyes when you say your “I Do’s
Lisa says of the couples beautiful day…
Pimhill Barn at Lea Hall is a gorgeous DIY wedding venue in Shrewsbury, Shropshire and was the perfect choice for Gemma and Todd’s big day in November.
This architecturally stunning barn which dates back to 1584 provides the perfect surroundings for a party.
The large room has beautiful oak beams and is adjoined to a traditional brick cart shed with open arches, providing a covered outdoor area. The barn has exposed brick work, rustic beams and a wooden floor.
One aspect of Pimhill that I always love is the where bridal prep usually takes place.
The Courthouse is a beautiful, Grade 2 listed, 16th Century former Courthouse restored with style, care and attention to detail. This is a truly unique self-catering retreat.
It is spacious and characterful with original beams, and the large windows provide extensive views of the gardens of Lea Hall and the countryside beyond.
These windows are particularly useful for bridal make up as they provide such beautiful light, it’s perfect for these photographs!
Gemma and her maids had a lovely time preparing for the day in this beautiful space.
Getting married in November often means mud, and because of this lovely bride Gemma had 3 pairs of shoes, including heels for the ceremony, bridal wellies for the portraits and flats for the dancing.
Bridal wellies are so practical, especially for photographs outside in the countryside, and especially good in inclement weather.
I also absolutely adored Gemma’s Engagement ring, and when I spotted it I made sure to take some beautiful close up shots of it.
It’s not often that I see colour in Engagement rings (and I see a lot of Engagement rings!) so I was thrilled when I saw Gemma’s gorgeous blue and diamond ring and it was a great nod to the overall palette of the day.
These was a beautiful and meaningful ceremony in which the Groom became a little emotional. Todd got pretty teary when it came to the exchanging of rings, much to Gemma’s amusement!
After the ceremony we went outside for confetti, and these are some of my favourite images of the day, especially when the confetti got in Todd’s mouth, that stuff honestly gets everywhere!
The couple chose a pretty blue palette for their day with rustic touches and nods to the books of Roald Dahl.
In the evening Todd and Gem provided their guests with lots of sparklers so we were able to do a sparkler tunnel, similar to a confetti shot only with a bit more magic.
Photographer – Lisa Webb Photography
Venue – Pimhill Barn
Dress – Dolly Blue Bridal – Shrewsbury
Bridesmaid Gowns – Navy blue multiway dress – Debenhams
Cake Maker -Vicki Whiteley – Friend of couple
Florist – Material flowers made by Todd’s Mum
Make up – Jessica Jackson
Hair stylist – Bex – friend of the family
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