Wick Farm Wedding Photography

Wick Farm Wedding Photography

Wick Farm in Bath, a beautiful 17th century threshing barn has lovingly been restored and transformed by its owners into a stunning country barn wedding venue full of character.   Retaining many of its original features Wick Farm is a popular wedding venue for couples wanting a country feel to their day yet with modern comforts.  The owners, Julian & Sophie really take pride in their venue and treat every wedding onsite as unique.

Wick Farm Bath Wedding venue

Set in 37 acres of countryside Wick Farm is actually two barns, the larger of the two, Upper Barn can cater for approx. 130 people (seated).  The Upper Barn is also where wedding ceremonies and the wedding breakfast take place.  The connecting Lower Barn is perfect for a drinks reception, particularly as it opens out onto a decked area over the duck pond.  As the barns are constructed from Bath stone they are light and airy.  Unlike other barn venues I have worked at, Wick Farm boasts a private bridal room – handy for touching up your make up or escaping if you want a breather.

Wick Farm Bath Wedding

 

Wedding Photography Special Offer

As this is a venue I love to work at I am offering a special offer when you book your 2018 / 2019 Wick Farm Wedding with me, receive a complimentary one hour engagement shoot with me, a great chance to get used to being in front of the camera before your wedding day.

Contact me to discuss your Wick Farm wedding and to check my availability.

Hints & Tips

For guests requiring overnight accommodation close by, past couples have booked the Plaine Guesthouse in Bell Hill, Norton St Philip.

The George is a 14th century pub in the village, this claims to be Britain’s oldest tavern.  You could gather friends and family here for celebratory drinks the evening before the wedding, or the Groomsmen could meet here for some dutch courage on the wedding morning.

One of my past couples decorated the venue full of coloured paper bells from Pearl & Earl, these looked amazing and were really colourful. 

You can’t throw confetti outside at Wick Farm so load your guests up with confetti before the end of the ceremony and ask the Registrar to remind them to throw this as you walk back down the aisle.

 

 Wick Farm Wedding Photographer

After a church service in Central Bath, Richard and Adel headed to Wick Farm for their wedding reception.  It was a beautiful summers day with gorgeous sunshine and wedding guests enjoyed cocktails on the lawn. We took advantage of the sunshine and headed off just a short step from the barns for their couple photos.  As the day progressed and the light became softer I  was once again able to use the fields (this time behind the duck pond) for some beautiful sunset couple portraits.  It is easy to see why Wick Farm is such a popular wedding venue in Somerset.

Bride and Groom kissing at Wick Farm