Barton Manor Wedding

Layla and Andy’s Barton Manor Wedding on the Isle of Wight was a celebration of love, family, and friendship. The couple’s intimate gathering of close family and friends created a relaxed and joyful atmosphere that perfectly reflected their personalities.

The wedding ceremony took place in Old Bar at Barton Manor. The couple exchanged their vows surrounded by their loved ones looking on with tears of joy in their eyes.

Rustic Barton Manor Wedding on the Isle of wight

After the ceremony, Layla and Andy took some time to capture some beautiful photos with the backdrop of the gardens and the stunning manor house. Their smiles and laughter were infectious, and it was clear that they were enjoying every moment of their special day.

The Barton Manor wedding reception took place in the manor’s elegant dining room, which was decorated with exquisite floral arrangements and soft lighting. The couple’s guests enjoyed a delicious meal, accompanied by fine wines and cocktails, and everyone raised a toast to the newlyweds.

As the evening continued, the atmosphere remained relaxed and joyful, with music and dancing filling the air. The bride and groom took the time to visit each table and chat with their guests, ensuring that everyone felt included and appreciated.

As the couple looks back on their wedding day, they will cherish the memories of their love for each other and the people who surrounded them on their special day. Their wedding was a reminder that the most important aspect of a wedding is not just the grandeur or extravagance, but the love that is shared between two people and the people who support them.

If you are planning a Wedding at Barton Manor. I take a limited number of bookings for wedding photography each year so can book up early. Let’s create something special.

Of course you need to love my work, but it’s not just about that. It’s a personal connection we’ll either have or we won’t. It’s that ‘we feel like we’ve known you for years’ familiarity that lets you feel comfortable to be yourselves. I might be that guy, or I might not be, and either way is honestly fine. But I’m dying to find out!