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A Rustic Romance: Amy and Phil's Farm and Tractor-Inspired Wedding

The Farmer wants a wife...

Romance comes in many forms and for Amy and Phil, their shared passion for the environment and agriculture through their professional lives brought them together. Their chosen locations at to celebrate their wedding at Granary Estates and Moulton Village were perfect and fitting for this rural-inspired wedding.

The ceremony (and engagement shoot) took place near to their hometown, in the quaint and idyllic village at Moulton's local church.

While Phil and his groom's men spruced themselves up at the nearby Pack Horse Inn. Amy and her close friends and relatives prepared for the day at the Granary Estates' quirky, yet beautiful cottage.

Amy walked down the aisle arm in arm with her 'two Dads', which was a lovely start to a touching ceremony in the church. Shortly after the ceremony, the couples dog's made a guest appearance to congratulate Mum and Dad Hartely. Guests then went on to enjoy Pimms, beers and garden games at the Granary Estates courtyard, followed by touching speeches, and one of the most delicious and largest roast dinner wedding meals I've ever had.

In addition to tractor cufflinks, table names and decorations, a show-stopping feature of the day was the immaculately clean and colourful working tractor in the Granary Estates drive-way, Perfect for some fun photography opportunities and surprising some romantic moments of Amy and Phil lit under it's headlights (if that's what they are called).

My part of the day concluded with photographing the sparkler's pathway outside, but I'm sure there were more tequila slammers and dancing right up until midnight. Feel blessed to be part of a wonderful celebration. Congratulations Mr and Mrs Hartley!


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