Hyde Bank Farm Wedding Photographer
On Saturday I spent an awesome day with Emma & James at the stunningly beautiful Hyde Bank Farm as they celebrated their wedding with their close family and friends.
I began the day with Emma as she spent the morning at home, relaxing and preparing herself for the day ahead. I spent much of the morning attempting to blend in with the group, shooting some gorgeous details and some reportage too. Emma was soon ready and jumped into her amazing Mercedes for the trip down to Hyde Bank Farm.
I had raced ahead to meet James who was waiting with his kids and best man. The couple’s guests soon arrived and he spent a few moments greeting them all before they were ushered into the ceremony room of the beautiful grade 2 listed Barn. Emma soon arrived and assisted by her girls made her way to the ceremony to meet James.
Grade 2 Listed Wedding Ceremony Barn
Once the couple had completed the formal part of their day, they made their way downstairs for drinks and to be congratulated by their family and friends. We soon made our way into the grounds of the farm for some family groups before I had a wander with the couple for some of their bridal portraits before their wedding breakfast.
After dinner and a round of speeches, the couple simply relaxed and spent the afternoon chatting with family and friends before their evening began. Soon after, the couple celebrated with their first dance and spent the night partying with their friends.
Huge congratulations to Emma & James, I hope that you had an amazing day and want to thank you for having me with you!
About Hyde Bank Farm
On the south end of this building is a date stone marked ‘ARH 1655’. It is a grade two listed building because of its architectural and historical interest. The building’s previous use was a barn, where horse-drawn carts would pull in to unload hay and corn sheaves into the lofts. On the ground floor was a stable for three Shire horses that provided the horsepower for the farm. By the 1990s the old building developed a serious lean towards the south, so the present owners Alan and Philip Blackhurst decided to make the structure safe and convert it to what it is today. To do this they had to strip off the stone flag roof, winch the wooden trusses back to their original position and then place the stone flags back. All of the beams and the stone roof flats are the originals used to make the building in 1655.
Facts about Hyde Bank Farm –
- A beautiful purpose-built barn set within Cheshire farmland.
- A charming Grade 2 listed sandstone barn, lovingly converted and furnished to a high quality for wedding ceremonies.
- Space for up to 110 day guests and 150 evening guests.
- Rustic locations for couple portraits by the main barns and down by the canal and forest.
How can you get in touch with Hyde Bank Farm about weddings?
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Call via – 0161 430 3582
Website – www.hydebankfarm.co.uk
Address – Oakwood Rd, Romiley, Stockport. SK6 4DX
Instagram – @hydebankfarmweddings
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