The Great Barn, Titchfield is thought to be the third largest barn of it’s type in Europe. Over 600 years old, it is steeped in history. This stunning venue offers both a ceremony and reception venue and retains it’s beautiful arched original beams and rustic brick and stonework. A rustic and simplistic venue, offering couples a blank canvas.
The Abbey, Titchfield is an English Heritage site. No longer inhabitable, parts of the Abbey are in ruins, yet the main façade remains and presents a striking backdrop. Imagine moody skies, wedding veils billowing in the wind.
The Falls Embrace shoot was designed to enhance and promote the beautiful details of both the Great Barn and the Abbey. The seasonal timing of the shoot inspired autumnal shades of orange, deep reds, dark greens and pops of teal. Delicate branches of willow, ribbons, pumpkins and copper highlighted the aged features of the Barn. At the Abbey, the shoot focused on the romance of the location; posing the model against the ancient walls with her dress and veil trailing behind her in the wind.
Planning and styling - Wild Wedding Company
Images - James White Photography
Venue - Titchfield Great Barn
Flowers - Eternal Blooms by Victoria
Linen, tableware, chairs - Place Settings
Gowns and Veil - Anya Bridal Couture
Hair - Jazz Rawlins Hair and Make-up Design
Cake - Blue Shed Bakes