Inkersall Grange Farm Wedding Photography | Alex & James

"Kathryn went above and beyond from start to finish."

Bride and groom holding hands. Arms outstretched in a cornfield. Blue sky, looking at each other and smiling

Inkersall Grange Farm Wedding Photography

Its lovely going back to Inkersall Grange Farm to photograph weddings at this beautiful rustic Tipi venue in the heart of Nottinghamshire. Because it has such a relaxed vibe, it suited Alex and James well. Alex and James had a fantastic day in glorious sunshine. It was an absolute pleasure to be their photographer and to capture their day for them. I asked Alex and James to select their favourite five images from their collection and give me the reasons why they liked them so much. It was lovely to see their choices. A few are definitely some of my absolute faves too! I do love myself some Inkersall Grange Farm wedding photography.

Alex and James’ favourite five:

ONE:

Alex and James say:

Kissing in the corn field – just love the way its shot, the blue sky contrasting with the golden corn that looks like waves.

bride and groom kissing in corn field. The sky is bright blue the corn is soft and green

Two:

Alex and James say:

In the field – I think this just sums up our day, laid back and relaxed!

Bride and groom standing together in field facing camera. Bride lifting her dress just above her ankles. Groom with thumb tucked in his braces

Three:

Alex and James say:

Bridesmaids Bethany and Jasmine – Again just love how this is shot, its so cute like something you would see on a card in a shop representing friendship.

two flower girls walking off down the path hand in hand

Four:

Alex and James say:

Hugging Kristy – Our friend Kristy had just done an amazing reading, James really likes this image as it captures his dads emotion in the background.

Five:

Alex and James say:

Headshot of us by the barn – captures the happiness of the day.

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

Make it your own! The best part looking back was all the unique touches we did to make the day represent us. My advice would be to not be constrained by other peoples ideas of what your wedding should be and make it what you want it to be! We had a lot of help from friends and family to help with this, my uncle made the cake, my cousin (used to be a florist) helped with the flowers, we brewed the gin for the favours and it all helped the day to come together to truly reflect us.

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

There is nothing we would do differently, but remember not everything will go to ‘plan’. Our advice would be don’t let these things spoil your day – it will still be an amazing day whatever even if a guest doesn’t turn up or the cake starts to melt! The day is about how you feel about each other.

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

I saw a friend’s images from her wedding on Facebook and I just loved the way they were shot, they were so relaxed and quirky and the colours really stood out. We really feel you went above and beyond. Communication was great, ease of systems works really well and James specifically commented on how helpful you were on the day!

[Thanks you guys! x]

My favourite 36 from this rustic wedding:

I loved the completely relaxed feel of Alex and James’ wedding at Inkersall Grange Farm. Their vibe certainly suited my style of photography and although they only booked me for a shorter day, I feel I managed to tell a nice story with their pictures. I particularly enjoyed doing their portraits in the field. It was one of the hottest days in the year and the sunlight was harsh, which can sometimes be a challenge for photography, especially in the middle of the day. But I used some fill flash for a few shots to counteract the shadows and was actually really pleased with the results.

Alex and James were just too darn cute together it was impossible not to take a good picture of them. They have such a super relationship and lovely friends and family too. What a lovely day it was. Inkersall Grange Farm wedding photography at its most fun.

Credit where credit is due:

Venue: Inkersall Grange Farm | Flowers: Alex’s cousin Vicki Brown  | Dress: Iconic Bride | Caterers: The Rustic Crust & Olive Pot Catering | Cake: Uncle Ian Partington | Music: Laura Kelly | Ice-cream Trike: Living the Cream

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