I have had the pleasure of photographing a few weddings at this wonderful wedding venue set in the heart of Surrey.
There is a wonderful intimacy about The Barn at Bury Court that provides the individual atmosphere for a truly special wedding. The main oak-beamed barn is so versatile it can make a small wedding feel at home and yet, for a larger wedding, it can accommodate up to 180 for a sit-down meal.
The gardens at Bury Court date from 1996 when the first garden was created on the site of the old partially walled farmyard. This garden was the show garden for the specialist perennial nursery, Green Farm Plants.
The courtyard garden was created by owner John Coke in collaboration with Piet Oudolf, a famous Dutch garden designer and a pioneer of the New Perennial movement. The gardens reflect Oudolf’s passion for the naturalistic style and specialize in ornamental grasses and unusual hardy perennials.
The front garden, designed by leading minimalist Christopher Bradley-Hole, was added later. Providing a contrast to the courtyard garden, this garden is designed around a formal grid pattern of rusted steel-edged beds and gravel paths. The garden is planted with swathes of tall grasses mixed with carefully selected flowering perennials to create a dream-like meadow feel. At its tranquil heart is a reflective pool and simple but innovative seating area.
If you are having your wedding at The Barn at Bury Court and would like to ensure you capture all the beautiful scenery and special memories of your wedding day you will need one of the leading wedding photographers for Surrey & London, contact Paul Johnson Photography Ltd.
Here’s a gallery of photos from Hemali & Liam’s wedding held in September. What a rainy day it was but we were lucky enough to have small gap after the ceremony when the rain left off and we managed to capture some very atmospheric wedding photos.
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