Wedding photography at Pynes House is just effortless. This breath-taking wedding venue in the heart of the Devonshire countryside is believed to be the inspiration for the fictional Barton Park in Sense and Sensibility, a fact that literature lovers will be giddy about. And you really do feel as though you’ve stepped into a Jane Austen novel when you set foot on the 37 acres of parkland - the striking grandeur of the house ahead of you in sight.
If ever there was a romantic retreat for weddings, it would be Pynes House.
Nestled in the rural beauty of Devon’s Exe Valley, Pynes house has tonnes to offer all year round. On the warmer side of the year, wedding guests can take advantage of an unparalleled outdoor space. A long and exclusive driveway leads to an expanse of long lawns, classic statues, fountains at the foot of the house. All this, surrounded by spectacular views of the green Devon landscape. It really is a wedding photographers dream and I’m so proud to be recommend by this beautiful, truly unique venue.
Though perfect for a summer or spring wedding, there is something to be said about gazing out of the tall bay windows at a winter scene. The intricate detail of the Pynes house means that you won’t need to step outside to be in the beauty. Instead, cosy up in this period home, with its minimalist white walls and contrasting wooden floors, ornate ceilings and rustic open wood fireplaces. If you’re looking for a place for your wedding guests to rest their heads post champagne reception, the intimacy of the house itself is perfect, with 12 individually designed bedrooms that’ll have your loved ones daydreaming of a bygone era.
Neutral in colour, Pynes House is an ideal choice for couples with an eye for design, or with a particular theme already in mind for their wedding. The house itself is the perfect blank canvas for adding the intricacies that really make your day unique to you. As for wedding photographers, it’s the little details of a stunning property like this, and the added touches by bride and grooms that really are a pleasure to photograph. Perhaps you’ll opt for the rich colours of autumn, or a mild green spring palette to compliment the classic tones of the building. Whatever you choose, you’ll want wedding photography that will really capture the character of your Pynes House wedding day. And that means all the detail, from the personality of the venue, to the characterful moments you share with your guests. Your wedding photos should tell a story. This particular style of wedding photography is known as the ‘reportage’ or ‘documentary’ style. Put simply, I’ll be in the midst of the action during your wedding day, authentically capturing moments as they happen, without getting in the way or dictating.
If you’re looking to get married in the West Country, I truly urge you to consider the enchanting grounds of Pynes House. Whether a small intimate ceremony or a large gathering that spills out onto the lawn, there’s something utterly charming and effortless about Pynes.
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