Whiteley Weddings - Hampshire Wedding Photography talks about.... Titchfield Barn
As a leading Hampshire Wedding Photographer I have the pleasure of visiting many venues and Titchfield barn is one of my favourites.
My style is relaxed and to be part of your special day in a natural way but capturing stunning images that puts you and your guests at ease. I could not be further from the Bossy wedding photographer that everyone has experienced at some point!
What we say:
Titchfield Barn has only recently started taking weddings but in our opinion offers one of the most rustic and genuine barn experiences. Half of the barn is still set up as a fully functioning Theatre and the other half is left as a blank canvas for you to create the perfect Rustic Wedding Venue
There are so many opportunities for Photographs as the venue is a stunning backdrop and also have fishing lakes within the grounds. However from a Photography point of view one of the best features lies next door... Titchfield Abbey, now whilst this is not a wedding venue as it is a ruin it makes for such a dramatic backdrop for a wedding
The barn also had built a very special oak staircase last year which makes a perfect podium for me to capture the drunken moments of the evening party, i am not sure that what it was built for but it very much serves that purpose for me.... also Bride and Groom shots works very well on the Staircase.
More details can be found at Tichfield Barn
And what they say:
The Great Barn is ideal for the holding of Wedding Receptions and Wedding Photography. It is situated in a 3 acre site just to the south of Titchfield Abbey, with which it was associated since its erection in 1410AD.
The Great Barn at Titchfield is 156ft. long by 41ft. wide and 34ft. high and was built for the monastery situated at Titchfield Abbey in 1409/11, confirmed by dendrochronology (ring-dating) of the timbers. It is the largest barn in Hampshire, and one of the largest in England, and its unique structure, and magnificent condition, places it in the forefront of examples of medieval contemporaneous architecture.
Of particular interest are the ‘cruck-like’ timbers in the alternate minor trusses, and the longitudinal braces between the ridge beam and king posts in the apex of the roof.
The History of the site enhances the AMBIENCE of the occasion. The Great Barn is grand in appearance and makes an ideal ‘back-drop’ for photography. Marquees can be erected if required, thus extending the range of the function.