Henry Moore Foundation wedding photography

Mel & Rob – The Henry Moore Foundation

Henry Moore Foundation wedding Photography

Mel & Rob got married in the barn at the Henry Moore foundation – an open air gallery at his former home, in the beautiful village of Much Hadham, dedicated to his works; and the barn, home to some, frankly exquisite, tapestries of his work is the setting for their wedding celebrations. Because of the artwork, there’s a few stipulations in place – including no flash photography – which certainly added an interesting element when it came to capturing the dancing.

Theirs was a joyous day with nods to Mel’s Aussie upbringing in the flowers and styling, and Rob’s Northern upbringing in the tunes and further tributes to Bowie in the form of their tipi bar, their love of music in the carefully curated playlists, some of London’s finest pubs in the form of table names and their love of art and design and a lion dance involving oranges being thrown at their guests, who’d travelled from all over the world to celebrate with them.

About weddings at Henry Moore

The Henry Moore Foundation gardens are such a beautiful place to have a wedding – a classic country wedding, but made sort of striking by Moore’s work, and sometimes by the sheer scale of it. The venue – both the barn and Dane Tree House – their contemporary visitor centre – are licensed for civil ceremonies.

Venue: Henry Moore Studios and Garden

Mel’s dress: Grace Loves Lace

Flowers: Grace & Thorn

Makeup: Knot Your Average Bride

Catering (and oh my it was delicious): Host 


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