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Hidden in the rolling Dorset hills, not far from the sea, Hope Farm is as close to rural perfection as you might find for a wedding. A working farm surrounded by rare breed sheep and Alpacas, with a barn lovingly transformed by Sue and the family into a contemporary yet rustic reception venue, beautifully lit with natural light.  So when Vicky and Dan asked me to photograph their wedding, as a Dorset based wedding photographer, I simply could not refuse. Wedding venues such as this fit my style perfectly, and having everything in one place, with no need to travel, makes for such a relaxing day.

Hope Farm incorporates the coach house, beautiful accomodation which leads straight out in to the ceremony area, Hope Barn itself for the reception, a shepherds hut, and perfectly designed games and activity spaces. As the sun sets, the venue is transformed in to a cosy rural treat under the stars, with benches and fire pits. Hope Farm navigates perfectly the marriage of working farm with contemporary and stylish wedidng venue. 

Some of the incredible suppliers on the day –

Venue – Hope Farm Rural weddings

Florist – Dorset Flower Co – Special mention for the incredible dahlias, all home grown!

Hair and make up – Sapphire Styling

Catering – Crab Apple Catering 

Music – Neptune Notes 

Band – The Party Starters

Evening Food – The Fiery Fox

If you re getting married at Hope Farm in Dorset, please give me a shout, I love the place and will always make space to photograph weddings there!