Heaton House Farm //Ambreen & Tim

Ambreen and Tim chose Heaton House Farm in Cheshire for their English Pakistani fusion wedding and it was just perfect.

It was the first time I’d shot here, and I loved it! From the outdoor space with views over the rolling Cheshire countryside, the choice of ceremony rooms (there are 4!) to the private walled gardens (where we had lots of fun with multicoloured confetti) and the under the stars dance floor, Ambreen and Tim’s day was amazing from start to finish.

“We wanted to embrace both cultures we come from. Incorporating some of the fun aspects of Pakistani weddings with a more traditional English wedding. We wanted to have lots of colours to match up with the outfits traditionally worn and to try and use as much of the outdoor space as we could.”

And the colour, so much colour! Sunflowers lined the aisle for their English civil ceremony in the barn before we moved into the marquee which was decorated in turquoise. orange, purple and cream for the traditional Pakistani Nikkah ceremony and the amazing (and delicious!) meal.

Heaton House Farm couldn’t have been a better venue. They chose to have a second shooter so that we could capture every aspect of their day along with all the lovely details and it was definitely worth it.

Ambreen said…

“We really liked the style of photography plus having the option to do more traditional group shots. We also liked that people genuinely looked happy in the example photos! I’m glad we had a second shooter to be able to split the workload and get more candid shots.

Ambreen’s first outfit, a beautiful bejewelled cream sari and veil looked gorgeous next to all the flowers as she was accompanied up the aisle by her mum to meet Tim in his crisp blue suit. Then it was all change into a pale green and gold outfit for Ambreen and a cream and red traditional dress for Tim for the “Baraat” his entrance into the marquee and the “Nikkah” the traditional reading of vows.

There were so many lovely moments between the two families.

“For me it was coming around the corner into the main room as initially my view was obscured by the trees we had on the table. Seeing Tim waiting for me was soo lovely!”

and let’s not forget that starry dance floor.

“Tim said he enjoyed the first dance under the stars with the band playing our happy song.”

Ambreen and Tim, your beautiful Heaton House Farm fusion wedding was everything you wished for, colourful, happy and so much fun! Thanks for having me there to share your special day.

View their slideshow here 

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