I’m so delighted to share this beautiful Launcells Barton wedding. Launcells Barton is a listed manor house in the Cornish countryside. It is run as an exclusive use wedding venue. It was the perfect setting for a big chilled summer party, full of family and friends having a great time. Everything that the happy couple wanted from their wedding.
Bespoke Wedding Details
The Grooms mother, Bridget made the bespoke bridal gown. It was a slinky satin off the shoulder dress, with button detailing down the back. Accessorised with a lace bolero jacket. The bride looked absolutely stunning. And the groom looked equally handsome in his suit. The couple wanted a hot pink and blue as their colours for their Launcells Barton wedding. They created their own floral displays and bouquets using Lillies and Gerberas.
Launcells Barton Wedding Chapel
The pair were smiling throughout their whole ceremony in the quaint little church at Launcells Barton. There were personal and heartwarming readings from family and friends. And the Bride’s Aunt conducted the ceremony as a guest vicar. Having the honour of pronouncing the couple as husband and wife. After exiting the church guests showered dried petal confetti over the couple.
Cooper has a wonderful afternoon at the wedding as he bounded about from person to person having a wonderful time. He eventually tired in the heat and settled down for a few portraits with family.
Portraits with Cooper the Dog
Whilst everyone enjoyed drinks and canapes the bride and Groom sneaked off for a few portraits. As an integral member of the family Cooper, the dog came too. He was a natural-born poser. Enjoying his time with the happy couple as they enjoyed a few minutes stolen together
Pink & Blue Handmade Details
Riotous Speeches at Launcells Barton Wedding
After some very funny speeches. Along with some funny childhood photos. It was time to relax with a cuppa and some cake. A family member made the incredible naked cake. It was filled full of fresh fruit and cream. Whilst guests milled about enjoying the evening sunshine. The bride and groom had a couple more portraits in the walled garden. Then it was time for dancing with The Boom Boom Club.