Must Have Wedding Photos at Clock Barn

When your big day is behind you, your wedding pictures will always be there to remind you of your amazing day. Great wedding photography gives you images that you’ll always love and these shots should also stand the test of time. Clock Barn provides you with so many wonderful backdrops for photos and there are also shots that every album needs to contain. If you’re currently compiling your shot list, these are the must-have wedding photos that every Clock Barn couple needs to have.

Wedding photography at Clock Barn

So many couples fall in love with the picturesque barns and the beautiful outdoor spaces at Clock Barn and these provide fantastic settings for photos. However, there are many more opportunities for great wedding pictures than you might imagine so here’s our guide:

Bridal preparations – the brilliant bridal preparation room is not only the perfect place to get ready for your wedding, it’s also a great spot for those ‘getting ready’ photos that really help to tell the story of your day. How about photos of you having your hair and makeup done, a shot of your dress hanging up or your shoes waiting for you? Also, don’t forget those emotional images of the moment when your bridesmaids see you in your dress for the first time.

The bride and her bridesmaids make the final touches before wedding ceremony at Clock Barn in Hampshire

Image courtesy of Lydia Stamps Photography

Before the ceremony – the gardens at Clock Barn make a great spot for pre-wedding photos of the groom and groomsmen and you might also like some shots of guests arriving and your partner waiting in the ceremony barn for your arrival.

The groom and his groomsmen strike a pose before the wedding ceremony at Clock Barn in Hampshire

Image courtesy of Andrew Millard Photography

The marriage ceremony – the barns really come into their own here and provide a picture-perfect setting for your vows. Your arrival, your partner’s face when they see you, your readers and guests should all be captured here too. Photos of you taking your vows absolutely have to feature and the iconic ‘signing the register’ shots really are a wedding must-have.

The groom gets emotional as he awaits the entrance of his beautiful bride at this barn wedding in Hampshire

Image courtesy of Tom Halliday Photography

The happy newlyweds sign the register after the wedding ceremony at Clock Barn in Hampshire

Image courtesy of Tom Halliday Photography

Leaving the ceremony – this is when the atmosphere starts to change and the celebrations begin so why not start married life with a spectacular confetti shot? Speak to your photographer so they can help coordinate everything for you and our gardens provide a bright and beautiful location for showers of natural flower petal confetti. Our advice would be to provide much more confetti than you might imagine you need. The best confetti shots are absolutely full of petals and, if you’ve got enough for a second take, go for it!

The happy newlyweds have confetti thrown over them at this barn wedding in Hampshire

Image courtesy of Lydia Stamps Photography

The wedding reception – now is the time for your photographer to capture lots of fab photos of your guests enjoying themselves. If you’ve provided garden games or other entertainment, these images all add to the record of the day and don’t forget photos of the delicious food and drink that everyone will be enjoying!

Wedding guests enjoy a game of Jenga in the gardens at this barn wedding in the South East of England

Image courtesy of Lydia Stamps Photography

Entertain your wedding guests at your Hampshire barn wedding with acoustic music in the gardens and keep thirsts quenched with drums of chilled bottled beer

Image courtesy of Lydia Stamps Photography

Delight your guests by serving eye catching and mouth-watering canapes at your wedding drinks reception at Clock Barn in Hampshire

Image courtesy of Lydia Stamps Photography

Group shots – the gardens and grounds could have been designed with wedding photography in mind! You’ll be able to take you pick of pretty backdrops for your group shots and you’ll be able to stay close to the rest of your guests too. Definitely chat to your photographer before the day to decide on the group shots that you want and then provide a list of the photos to your groomsmen. They can they help gather the right people together at the right moment so that the process is as smooth as can be.

The groom and his groomsmen in their navy suits and the bride and bridesmaids pose for a wedding photo at this barn wedding venue in the South East.

The bride and groom strike a pose with the groomsmen and bridesmaids at this barn wedding venue in Hampshire

Images courtesy of Bowtie & Belle Photography

Couple shots – now these are the beautiful, romantic images that you could well have framed to display in your home after the wedding and at Clock Barn, there are some very special locations for these wedding pictures. Escape into the paddock during ‘golden hour’ for those dreamy shots that capture your first hours as newlyweds. If you want ‘golden hour’ images, discuss this with your photographer and the Events Team so that there’s time in your schedule at the right moment for these. Lots of couples also venture down our stunning driveway and we heartily recommend this!

The happy couple share a moment at sunset at this rural barn venue in Hampshire

Image courtesy of Studio Rouge

The happy newlyweds take a stroll down the picturesque driveway at Clock Barn wedding venue in Hampshire

Image courtesy of Studio Rouge

The dinner – we understand that photos of people eating aren’t the most flattering but if you’ve carefully selected your wedding menu, make sure that you get photos of these mouth-watering delights! Don’t forget photos of you cutting your cake and the speeches really have to be captured too. The barns are perfectly lit for photos at this time, whatever the season.

Mouth-watering wedding food was served at the wedding reception at this barn wedding venue in Hampshire

Image courtesy of Lydia Stamps Photography

The bride and wedding guests enjoy the groom’s speech at this barn wedding in rural Hampshire

Image courtesy of Cristina Rossi Photography

The party – Clock Barn looks so different during the evening so photos of your first dance and guests on the dancefloor give you a completely different perspective on the day. There’s plenty of space for grooving guests and photographers so there’s nothing to worry about there!

The happy newlyweds enjoy their first dance as their guests look on at Clock Barn in Hampshire

Image courtesy of Bowtie & Belle Photography

Wedding evening guests were entertained with live music at this barn wedding venue in Hampshire

Image courtesy of Let Love Florish

Finally, don’t forget to capture all the decorations and details that really make your day unique. Wedding signs, table decorations, favours, stationery and everything else you’ve used to style the barns are part of your story too so make sure they’re all captured.

Clock Barn in Hampshire was decorated with rustic wedding flowers and natural coloured items for the wedding reception

Image courtesy of Natalie J Weddings

If you’re looking for more wedding photography ideas, take a look at our gallery and, if you want to see for yourself just how picturesque Clock Barn is, just get in touch and book a show round soon – we can’t wait to welcome you!