Crockwell Farm Wedding Photography | Bex & Dan

“she was so much fun and made us feel so relaxed.”

Crockwell Farm wedding Photography: Couple kiss in front of the pergola, adorned with flowers.

Crockwell Farm Wedding Photography

Bex and Dan got married in the rustic setting of Crockwell Farm, and I was lucky enough to be there to capture all the wedding photography. It was such a gorgeous wedding. I have been looking forward to blogging it, especially since it has already had a magazine feature and a wedding blog feature! It seems everyone wants to publish this beautiful wedding. It was such a delight to photograph! So it is about time I got it up on my own blog too! and showcase my own Crockwell Farm wedding photography.

Bex and Dan’s Favourite Five

I asked Bex and Dan to pick their favourite five photos from their selection and give me the reasons why. Its always interesting so see why certain pictures are chosen. Here are their top five.


Bex and Dan said:

Bex getting in her dress – because it reminds her about the fun she had with her bridesmaids in the morning. This photo shows the relief that the dress actually fitted – which makes her laugh a lot.

Crockwell Farm wedding photography: Bride getting into dress


Bex and Dan said:

Dan and his groomsman – just sums up their silliness and how good they were at keeping Dan relaxed all day.

Crockwell Farm wedding photography - groomsmen peering through weeping willow


Bex and Dan said:

Confetti – just a great photo surrounded by amazing family and friends quite literally showering us with confetti.

Crockwell Farm wedding Photography - bride and groom walking through confetti outside laughing


Bex and Dan said:

Bex’s parents laughing – it was important for us that all our friends and family had a great day and could laugh with us. This photo sums this up.


Bex and Dan said:

Groomsman/Bridesmaids – again, an amazing photo! It was nice to have a few moments with our closest friends, being silly (following a few drinks!)

Crockwell Farm wedding photography - Bride surrounded by groomsmen, sitting on the fence.

What was the best decision you made about your wedding day? (advice to future couples)

We think our best decision was to choose a venue which let us stay there for the whole weekend. It means that our families could stay with us and we could spend time with them and friends the day before and made the whole experience relaxing.

Is there anything you would do differently? (advice to future couples)

We wouldn’t do anything different. We loved every minute. Dan would get an earlier night though (that’s his recommendation!). A piece of advice Bex really appreciated in the run up to the wedding was that no one will notice if tiny details aren’t perfect. It’s easy to obsess over these ahead of the big day but when it all comes down to it you really won’t notice that one ribbon was slightly the wrong colour or a jam jar doesn’t have any lace on it 🙂

Can you remember how you found out about Kathryn Edwards Photography?

It was a recommendation from Dan’s sister Sarah who plays in a String Quartet and comes across a lot of photographers. We were lucky to get you because when we first contacted you the date was taken, it was a lucky chance that the couple who already booked you had moved their date.

You have thought of everything! From the engagement shoot and helping us to relax, to the style of photos on the day. And you’re a lovely fun person to have around!

[Thanks you guys! x]

Crockwell Farm wedding Photography - bride and groom laughing.

36 from me – a roll of film:

So many beautiful photos to choose from from a beautiful wedding. It was really difficult to narrow this down to tell the story of Bex and Dan’s day. But here is some of my Crockwell Farm wedding photography favourites. I loved Bex’s dress. It had a real bohemian feel with its leaf detail, which was just lovely. The flower crown by Me and My Bloomers. In fact all the flowers were amazing. There was a wild flower feel to the whole wedding and I loved these rustic touches. Bex’s bouquet was so beautiful. The flower arch on the outside pergoda where the wedding ceremony took place was stunning. In fact the flowers were just fantastic throughout.

The fabulous Highly Strung String Quartet played in the ceremony and just after. They are amazing, and actually how Bex and Dan booked me, as they have played at a couple of other weddings I had photographed at previously and are absolutely amazing. To photograph the wedding of the brother of one of the quartet was a real honour. I do love a Farm wedding!

There were a lot of other creative and talented suppliers involved to make this wedding so special. And Bex and Dan deserved all of it. They are such a lovely couple and I thoroughly enjoyed being a part of their day. Here are some of the other people involved in the special day…

Credit where credit is due:

Venue: Crockwell farm |Florist: Me and My Bloomers | Hair: Kate Lodge Hair | Makeup: Dan’s niece | Caterers: The Chopping Block | Dress: Fairy Tale Weddings| Cake: The Ruddington Cake Company | DJ: Pandora’s Duke Box |Videographer: Jason Lynch | Second Shooter: Carolyn Brown

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