Hyde Bank Farm Wedding Photography – Jessica & Rob

Hyde Bank Farm Wedding Photography

When I first met Jessica & Rob and they told me all about their wedding, I knew that it was going to be an ace day! Fast forward to last weekend at the gorgeous Hyde Bank Farm and seeing their plans come to fruition, I was totally right! I was also lucky enough to have the lovely Sally Eaves alongside me to capture the day.

I began the day with Jessica and her family at her home, Sally was with Rob and his guys. The morning was relaxed and calm with the girls simply enjoying some pampering and each other’s company. Once everyone was ready, we paused for some portraits before I raced ahead to Hyde Bank Farm.

Bridal Preparations At Home

An equally calm and collected Rob was there with his groomsmen greeting the couple’s family and friends. Jessica soon arrived and was rather grandly unveiled by her bridesmaids to the delight of the waiting groom. After a ceremony filled with laughter and a little emotion, the couple signed the register and walked back up the aisle as man and wife before enjoying their sunny drinks reception surrounded by family and friends.

As the weather was pretty amazing, we gathered outside for some family groups before stealing the couple away for some portraits around the beautiful countryside. The couple was then welcomed into their amazing wedding breakfast room, decorated by the very talented Classy Room Company. After a delicious dinner, the couple enjoyed a round of speeches before enjoying some more portraits around the gardens of the farm.

A Wild Early Summer Party

Jessica & Rob then returned to their party, took to the floor for their first dance together before being serenaded by Jessica’s sister. I managed to capture some final portraits and an impromptu champaign spray before leaving everyone to enjoy their evening together.

So Huge Congratulations to Jessica & Rob! Me and Sally had an excellent day at Hyde Bank Farm with you both, I hope that you have an amazing honeymoon and thank you so much for having us 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 – info@hydebankfarm.co.uk

Call via – 0161 430 3582

Website – www.hydebankfarm.co.uk

Address – Oakwood Rd, Romiley, Stockport. SK6 4DX

Instagram – @hydebankfarmweddings

If you enjoyed this wedding blog, I’d love to hear all about your wedding plans! Please check out my About Me page for information about who I am and why I do this with my life. Then if you like the sound of everything simply get in touch via the Contact page.

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  • Shirley Mercer ButterworthMay 12, 2016 - 5:14 pm

    Gorgeous every single picture, well looking at these i laughed, cryed and wished we could have the day all over again. Top class every picture, so professional, artist an love the fact you were so discreet people didnt know you were taking their picture, love the natural shots, amazing well done xxReplyCancel