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A bridal horse in Indian finery and vintage farm props at our ‘on the farm’ photoshoot at Heaton House Farm

Charlie / 4 July 2012

Bride and horse in Indian dress

Today it’s the final two bridal looks from the photoshoot at Heaton House Farm, if you missed yesterday’s with the very cute calves you can view it here, and the introduction to the photoshoot.  Despite the overcast weather on the day of shooting back in April, it provided a stunning backdrop when we headed out to shoot with Tootsie the horse beside the big oak tree.

Fairytale bride and horse by the old oak tree

Thankfully, our lovely model for the day Lizzie was a horse rider making for a much easier shoot, and Tootsie the horse was so well behaved.  I’ve heard from Sarah Heath that Tootsie did her first Asian wedding  at Heaton House Farm and was a star, in spite of the drums and dancing!

Bridal photoshoot with white horse

Bride on a horse

Bride on a horse at Heaton House Farm

Fairytale bride on a white horse

Jonny Draper Photography

White wedding horse

Our final look from the photoshoot was in the old parlour (which is being converted into a new part of the wedding venue) and was lit dramatically for a glamorous bridal look.

Glamorous bride in the old parlour

Jonny Draper Photography

Styled bridal photoshoot on a farm

Old milking parlour wedding photoshoot

Pink lily bridal bouquet

Glamorous bridal photoshoot

Jonny Draper Photography

Heaton House Farm wedding photoshoot

Pink geraniums

Heaton House Farm bridal photoshoot

Bridal farm photoshoot

Pink lily bridal bouquet

Jonny Draper Photography

Heaton House Farm bridal photoshoot

Glamorous bridal look

Jonny Draper wedding photographer

Well that’s all the looks from our bridal photoshoot at Heaton House Farm, I do hope you’ve enjoyed looking through the beautiful photography from Jonny Draper .  Tomorrow I’ll be featuring my final part in the series on this photoshoot which will show you some of the behind-the-scenes photos and a fab video of the day from Rebecca Reville.  I do hope you’ll check back to have a look.

If you’ve enjoyed the photoshoot, do leave us a message below – it’s always lovely to hear what people’s favourite looks or pictures were, even if you just want to say how gorgeous Tootsie the horse is!

I want to say a huge thank you to all of the wedding suppliers who were involved in this photoshoot (all their details can be found below) and an especially big thank you to the lovely Sarah Heath who looked after us on the day.  Finally, a thank you to Jonny Draper who invited to be part of the photoshoot and allowed me to share all the gorgeous pictures with you, my lovely readers.

{ Details }

Photography: Jonny Draper
Venue: Heaton House Farm
Dresses: Timeless Bride
Flowers: Wild Orchid
Make-up: Emma Draper
Videography: Rebecca Reville
Horse: Natalie & Ann Hague 01260 227 274
Vintage Props: Wild Orchid & The Natural Wedding Company

Comments

Sarah on 4. July, 2012

Love the blush pink dress, perfect for wedding dress number 2 for the evening. Tootsie the horse is just like a fairy tale – cute!!!

Rach D on 4. July, 2012

Love the black and white shots of Tootsie and Lizzie, very wuthering heights. It all looks great.

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