Back in November I had the amazing opportunity to participate in a beautiful styled shoot at Kensington Cove Farm. I was unable to stay for the entirety of the shoot due to previously scheduled sessions, but I stayed there long enough to get a good feel for this beautiful venue.
Kensington Cover Farm Venue
Kensington Cove Farm is so versatile! Indeed, there are fields, woods, and a creek. There’s a lovely wooded, arbored outdoor space for ceremonies. However, if the weather doesn’t cooperate, a gorgeous, white historic church and a nicely updated barn are available. Additionally, the barn also serves as a reception hall. This venue also boasts a glamorous, white-walled bridal suite (hello- photographer’s dream come true) and a groom’s suite on site.
However, in my opinion, it’s not just the location that makes a venue. Instead, it’s the people you work with behind that scenes that can make or break your experience. Betsy and Mike Dickerhoff of Kensington Cove Farm are genuinely wonderful, kind people. Betsy headed up the design and coordination of this shoot. She proved very detailed oriented and would obviously be on top of all of the anticipated and unanticipated needs of any bride’s day. She clearly has a passion for what she does and readily seeks to proactively collaborate. As I prepared to make my exit and drive to Signal Mountain for an evening of sessions, Betsy asked her son to stock my car with snacks and something to drink. It may sound like a small gesture, but that really meant a lot to this very pregnant photographer.
Venue: Kensington Cove Farm
Model: Reagan Hibbs
Florist: Chickamauga Florist
Cake: Sweet Angel Cakes
Make-up and Hair: @beautyby.kristinpaige
Furniture and Accessories: Red Roof Farm Vintage Rentals
Charcuterie: Olive and Oak Charcuterie
Linens: White Table Specialty Linens
Wedding Macrame backdrop: Direbloom Art
Cake and cookies: B’s Sweets
Wedding dresses: Olia Zavozina
Macaroons: KB Sweet Chattanooga