A Rustic and Romantic Cowshed Wedding shoot in Cornwall

Today I am thrilled to share this gorgeous rustic and romantic Cowshed Wedding shoot at Freathy Farmhouse in Millbrook, South East Cornwall.

Images were captured by Emma Barrow Photography.

Emma says of the shoot..

This stunning photo shoot took place in the beautifully restored shed and milking parlour The Cowshed which offers a laidback bohemian feel and is decorated with rustic accessories and wild flowers.

I joined forces with proprietor, and wedding planner Sarah Weeks to create this rustic shoot.

The old wooden doors were trimmed with white voile open to reveal the romantic ambience inside,

Fairylights hang from the rafters complimenting the mood lighting.

Hay bales topped with wooden planks provide the seating at the long tables, while floral and foliage garlands featuring large peonies trail down along the length of them.

Single stem roses lay at each individual place setting along small potted cacti and candles.

Stationery with a soft floral watercolour print displays the menu and place names while a luxurious fur teired cake stands pride of place at its own table.

Wooden ladders entwined with ivy display the overhead floral focal point made from flowers, fern, foliage and succulents.

Take a look at the behind the scenes film by Daniel Grindrod….

Isn’t it pretty, thanks so much to the team for the dreamy inspiration.

Are you going to add some pretty romantic rustic flair to your celebration?


Cowshed Wedding  Shoot Vendors

Photography: Emma Barrow Photography

Photographer’s Assistant: Agata Kalend

Location: The Cow Shed

Venue Stylist: Lila Bailey

Wardrobe: The Wedding Company – Plympton

Accessories: The Lucky Sixpence

Cake: Edible Essence Cake Co.

Florist: Milli Fleur

Hair Stylist: Brigette Fisher

Make Up Artist: Emma Roberts

Stationery: Laura Likes

Videographer: Daniel Grindrod

Models: Neil & Suzanne


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