Cubley Hall Boho Wedding

Bride and groom laughing portrait

This beautiful boho-inspired wedding took place at Cubley Hall in Penistone.

Bridal prep was at Oak Tree Farm, an Air BnB they’d hired for the weekend. The house had the most stunning countryside views! It was more than big enough for both the boys and girls to get ready without bumping into each other. Although I do know the bride and groom spotted each other at least once that morning by accident!

Beautiful boho barn wedding

The typically British weather proved to be slightly unpredictable on the day. As a result, a last-minute decision was made to perform the ceremony in the barn. But with its warm low lighting and cosy romantic feel, it was just as perfect. The couple had several of their friends and family involved in the service; their best friend and bridesmaid read a poem she had written about the two of them. They also had music from their friends who had flown in from Germany to sing and play the guitar.

Bride and groom barn wedding ceremony

Relaxed Outdoor Drinks Reception

Afterwards, the whole party gravitated to the bandstand for drinks, canapes and confetti throwing, whilst the barn was transformed for the wedding breakfast. Each table was named after a different mountain as the groom is such an avid adventurer. He even spent his stag do climbing Mount Snowdon, followed by a beer at a local pub! With the bride working as an ecologist, it was only right to bring the outside in with tonnes of gorgeous table flowers. My favourite table detail to photograph were the leaves for place names!

Leaf place name with gold handwriting

Following their meal, guests had the chance to burn some calories and learn some new skills over on the bandstand. There was an array of good old fashioned games and toys including hula hoops and a circus diablo (I’m hopeless at both there was no need to try).

Wedding guest hula hooping

Cubley Hall Ceilidh

The evening usually kicks off with a first dance from the bride and groom, however, they decided to change things up a bit. Instead, they arranged for a traditional ceilidh to take place instead. This was a lovely idea as it got everyone involved and on the dance floor right from the word go. It also took the pressure off being watched! Everyone was far too busy bumping into one another and muddling up the routines to notice!

Bride and groom laughing during ceilidh

Their day was so relaxed and full of laughs and it was a pleasure to witness and photograph. If you’re having a boho themed wedding at Cubley Hall, I’d love to photograph it! Just get in touch for my availability.

Here’s more from this stunning boho wedding at Cubley Hall.

Rembo Styling Dress by Lace and Grace Bridal Boutique
Hair by Kelly Hanks Hair Design
Make up by Victoria Marley Pro Make Up Artist