Country Summer Wedding at Oxleaze Barn, Lechlade

This year I have worked in many Cotsworld wedding venues and I can certainly say that Oxleaze is one of my favourite. As a photographer I felt so spoilt with locations for creating beautiful wedding photos of my wedding couple Abbey ad Chris. Oxleaze comprises of two original adjoining Cotswold stone barns, set in a mature landscaped courtyard at the heart of a family run farm. The pretty courtyard garden complements the space and is perfect for an outside ceremony, drinks reception and evening revelry. A fire pit and pretty festoon lighting adds even more magic.

This was the first time I visit this rustic and country wedding venue to capture Abbey and Chris’s wedding day. They were incredibly lucky to have a beautiful sunshine through the whole day. After their outdoor ceremony, we managed to escape for some couple’s photos to a wonderful private garden that this venue offers. It offers so many fantastic locations that allows me to create the most amazing images.

I am truly honered for my couple to choose me to capture their big day. I really enjoyed being part of it and capture all their special moments.


Please get in touch with me via my contact form here and lets chat about your wedding day plans.

Wedding venue: Ozleaze Barn

The Main Barn can sit 120 for the wedding breakfast and opens onto the large courtyard garden - perfect for an outdoor drinks reception and evening revelry with a firepit for you and your guests to gather around. 

With beams dating back to 1702 the Milling Barn is full of character, offering a unique ceremony space for 90. Come twilight it transforms into a great party barn to dance the night away! 

For a wilder touch our pretty wed shed at the top of the wooded meadow is licensed for ceremonies, with breath-taking views over the Cotswold countryside beyond. 

Oxleaze Barn is located between the quintessential Cotswold villages of Eastleach, Filkins and Southrop. It is 1.5hr from London and easily accessible from Oxford, Swindon and Cheltenham.

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