bride and groom stood looking at each other under a bridge with wooden cladding at tower hill barns


Jenna & Greg’s wedding at Tower Hill Barns, Wrexham is a great example of what a second photographer can bring to your wedding day. This wedding I second shot with Emilie - of Emilie May Photography – and my day kick started with some groom prep at a stunning country house where Greg, his groomsmen and family were all getting ready. The sun was shining all day and it was promising to be a real natural and relaxed outdoor celebration. The ceremony itself was in a quaint little church which had the most amazing stained-glass window and light. Following this was an epic confetti tunnel which didn’t seem to end – one of my fave parts of the day. After all the throwing shenanigans, it was a quick hop in the car to the fabulous Tower Hill barns.

From arriving on the drive way, you are faced with a stunningly rustic, yet styled barn. Complete with manicured gardens which wrap around the barn and leads you to the courtyard which is the perfect spot for an outdoor cocktail hour. Jenna and Greg’s family and friends made the most of the fabulous weather and were out all day apart from the wedding breakfast.

The wedding breakfast room is like all the Cripps Barns, huge windows allowing floods of natural light, and epic high ceilings with raw oak beams. It is truly a beautiful room full of charm. Jenna & Greg decided to have a little fun with their guests by nominating one guest per table to act as ‘chef’ by serving them with an apron, hat and a big old chunk of meat to slice for the rest of the table. I love it when couples do this, it does make for some funny photos of people not having a clue how to tackle it.

The barn is set in some lovely grounds which allow for some truly magnificent backgrounds, starting with the little footbridge that you can get married under. This wooden clad wall is a quirky backdrop for a ceremony or fun photos. The more secluded garden area at the back of the barn gives you the opportunity to take time out and embrace the day with some cosy couple portraits on the benches amongst the mature trees. The opportunities at this venue are endless.

Jenna and Greg’s wedding day at Tower Hill Barns was a real natural and relaxing atmosphere and I cant wait to go back to shoot there again.

If you are getting married at the awesome Tower Hill Barns, then give me a shout over on this page HERE.