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A Beaconside House Wedding | Jadie & Dean

A Dress Change, Custom Suits and Smoke Bombs at a Beaconside House Wedding

In early 2018 I got a message from a bride with a clear vision of how her Beaconside House wedding was going to look. I love getting wrapped up in other peoples visions for their day and Jadie could really paint a picture. It didn’t take long for her to confirm with me and I was delighted to be on board for this day.

When I arrived Jadie was having her make up done by the talented Katherine Shaw I love capturing the prep on a wedding day. I also love making this very normal time of the day seem extra special by framing things a little differently. Very often I’ll shoot through objects which are around. It just so happened as I was working around Katherine she dipped her head to the side and I shot a close up of Jadie’s eye make up through Katherine’s hair giving it a great draw to the focal point by inadvertently isolating her eye. Happy accidents are my favourite.

Dean and his groomsmen wore awesome Moss Brothers custom order suits. These double breasted suits were incredible. The quality of them up close was something else and they also photographed really well with a great draw to the stripes.

Jorden Lindsay kept us entertained all day with some great mixes on classic current and old popular songs.

Jadie changed her Justin Alexander dress to something a little more relaxed in the evening and I just had to grab a few more shots before I went. Mix in their choice of black enola gaye smoke bombs and the sun finally poking through the sky to create some lovely portraits.

My First Wedding at Beaconside House

Living hours away from Beaconside House in Bideford meant this was my first time photographing at this beautiful Devon wedding venue. I love clean and beautiful weddings as they’re all so stylised and great to be a part of. Daisy, the events manager, and her team at Beaconside House made me feel right a home. I often venture further a field to photograph weddings and I don’t charge for the pleasure. I find it incredibly exciting actually and really relish the opportunity to shoot within new space and a new wedding adventure.

My style of wedding photography is built on a great relationship with my couples. All of my weddings are different and unique; even if I was to shoot again at the same venue like Beaconside House. Time on your wedding day is really important to me as I’m sure it is to you too? So if I can help it I don’t really want you to miss a thing and would love you to remember as much as possible. This caring and relaxed approach to my wedding photography is the reason why so many couples recommend me. They always say it feels like a friend is taking their photographs and not a photographer.

 

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This Beaconside House Couple’s Kind Words

“Adam is also very creative with his shots using mirrors, chairs, candles, well anything possible to work with. We absolutely adore our pictures and it is definitely worth sitting down and picking the best photographer for you and your wedding, but with Adam, I have no bad points at all.”

A Victorian Villa Sat High Above Bideford

Bounding through the North Devon landscape up and down those country lanes just on the outskirts of Bideford you’d be forgiven for missing the small unassuming entrance to Beaconside House.

Located just off of the A386 nestled high above the River Torridge and the River Yeo is this unique country house wedding venue.

The main house dates back to 1841 and is a Victorian Villa with architecture inline with the period. It’s high ceilings, fireplaces, original tiled floors, sash windows and cornices are all tell of the age of the house. It’s interior still resembles the same layout it had when it was a traditional English Family Home but now with a more modern luxury vibe to the decor.

A Wedding Weekend at Beaconside House

Beaconside House is an exclusive use wedding venue. Meaning you and your wedding guests have the sole use of this incredible countryside boutique house for the whole of your wedding weekend.

The joy of Beaconside House is to be surrounded by such natural beauty within the Devon countryside as you say your “I Do’s” and exchange those heart-wrenching vows. Saying this though, the English weather obviously has a mind of its own when it comes to allowing your outdoor wedding ceremony to take place. So for those who don’t quite make it to the Sundial or the Victorian Walled Garden for their outdoor ceremony can enjoy the next best thing in The Glass House attached to the main wedding barn, the Beacon.

Following an emotional wedding ceremony, you and your wedding guests will be able to relax in the gorgeous surroundings of the Beaconside House gardens. Sipping champagne and throwing your confetti whilst laughing and chatting with all your wedding guests in the Devon countryside.

Following a drink and a chat, you and your wedding guests can sit for your incredible wedding breakfast in the Beacon. This purpose-built glass wedding barn can host up to 150 of your nearest and dearest for some absolutely out of this world food.

The interior decor of The Beacon is stylised to only emphasise your wedding day and the themes you will bring to it. Huge cathedral-like oak beams surrounding the walls and a stone wall sits to the rear to give the perfect blank canvas to bring your own wedding styling to your day. Don’t want to worry about styling your day? No problem, The Bacon looks great as is or you could bring in your own wedding decorator and florist to turn your dream into a reality.

The Beacon’s fully staffed copper bar is licensed up to 1 am to allow your party to continue into the night. Enjoy local beers, a carefully selected wine list as well as a great selection of South West gin.

Once the wedding breakfast is over the Beacon is transformed into an incredible wedding atmosphere with fairy lights adorning the walls to illuminate your dance floor antics. The Beacon can host up to 200 guests in the evening so there’s plenty of space to host all of your nearest and dearest.

Luckily for you, Beaconside House has a great relationship with award-winning Guess Events at Bartridge Hill who will offer a sumptuously delicious vast menu to appease all taste buds. How do handpicked crab, avocado and tomato tartlets sound? Or how about glazed lentil moussaka with hand-tied vegetables and a white wine cream sauce? Sounds too good to be true right?

Worrying about accommodation at Beaconside House should be the least of your worries as with the main country house and the surrounding 4 cottages you’ll be able to sleep 50 of your guests in true comfort. Then the surrounding private woodland houses a further 25 wedding guests the chance to stay onsite in luxurious glamping cabins.

After your wedding day is over you can lounge by the Beaconside House pool or host a bbq or two. There’s always the option to wander expansive grounds or take a short trip to one of North Devon’s best beaches and the surrounding towns of Bideford and Barnstaple.

If the 3-day option just isn’t your vibe then Beaconside House does offer a 1 day Winter package also.

Unlimited Creativity at this Unique North Devon Wedding Venue

At some wedding venues, you can just get lost amongst the photographic opportunities before you. Beaconside House is one of those for sure. With its expansive landscape in the North Devon countryside and its abundance of beautiful architecture with gardens to compliment it’s the perfect feast for my lens.

Photographing a wedding here is a real joy. Not only do the Beaconside House team make everything just so easy for me their purpose-built venue, the Beacon, harness’ the light of the area and couples it with the gorgeous decor to give me a great working environment.

I love photographing weddings at Beaconside House and look forward to my next return to North Devon where I can once again let my wedding photography creativity fly.

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