Our top 10 Tower Hill Barns wedding images
Why we love photographing at the barn
The barn is one of those unique wedding venues that has lots of areas to photograph in. Tower Hill Barns only book the venue out for exclusive use, which means we do not have to worry about photographing non guests by mistake!
People and hospitality can make or break even the best of wedding venues. I can safely say Tower Hill Barns have the hospitality side nailed to perfection. The staff they have working there are gold standard, always friendly, and can never do enough for you. The food is also incredible, and your guests will be content and have a wonderful time.
Wet Weddings at the barn
If you have a wet wedding, you have the magnificent sandstone railway bridge for shelter to get outdoor photographs. I have also in the past opened the bifold doors in the barn during a wet wedding and photographed the dry couple indoors while still getting an outdoor look through the open doors.
Why the barn is one of our favourite venues
North Wales is stunning by nature, but to have a wedding venue overlooking the North Wales countryside is the icing on the cake for photographs.
Tower Hill has two areas for your ceremony. The indoor ceremony area being an intimate ceremony space with stunning stone walls which have a rustic and timeless feel. The outdoor ceremony area perfect for a laid-back service. The outdoor area has wooden benches and a rustic feel to it that compliments the barn ambience.
My favourite of all the spaces at Tower Hill Barns is the oak framed dining hall. The owners invested a lot into this space, and it really pays off. The dining hall makes the absolute best of the views and lets in gorgeous daylight into your reception. This may be one of my favourite reception areas of all the wedding venues I visit.
How to get the best photographs at Tower Hill Barns
The wedding venue lends itself to couples who just want a natural, unposed look to their photographs. During the daytime, when the sun may be stronger, we like to use the bridge both above as they shelter the bridge with trees and below.
We like to photograph without looking at the camera, preferring couples to walk and interact with each other naturally.
During the early evening, the sun sets behind the Welsh hills. We like to pop out at this point for photographs at the front of the barn. This can lend itself to some beautiful colourful skies.
The evening is then lit up by the string of lights that adorn the path at Tower Hill Barns. We like to place couples in front of the string of lights as a beautiful finish photo for the wedding album.