Thursday, April 17, 2014

An Elegant Equestrian Wedding, Kelsey & Darius. 11/11/13

November 11, 2013. Monday, Veterans day. Barrington Hill proved the be the most ideal & stunning background for this charming equestrian inspired wedding.  The groom had been over seas serving in the US Army for the majority of the planning process, so we can only imagine the huge waive of relief the bride felt to have her man back home, just in time for their nuptials. Kelsey had a very clear vision for her wedding from the get go. We were able to take her vision, and bring it to fruition. Kelsey, a lifelong equestrian, has attended many horse shows here at Barrington Hill Farm, which made it even more special that she turned out to be a Barrington bride. As avid equestrians our selves, what a treat is was to plan a wedding that infused our love for all things equine, and sweet southern details.

On the day of the wedding, Kelsey brought us a tote full of her personal horse accessories, and gave us free reign to incorporate them as we saw fit.  We took the saddle pad for her horse "Jack" and placed it on the gifts table, next to the cards box. The cards box was an antique Jack Daniels Whiskey box, brought in from Lily's collection. We thought it was quite fitting, as her horse's name is Jack ;)

We took Jack's halter and draped it over a photo of  Jack. We added a bit from our barn for a little extra "equine pop". The runners were our burlap with lace trim, along with our handmade boxes. These boxes were hand crafted from actual barn wood in our working horse barn. You don't get more horsey than that! Alicia with Barrington Hill created these beautiful centerpieces with hydrangea's, ranunculus, scabiosa pods, decorative floral cabbage, and white roses. I might also mention that the beautiful farm tables were also handmade by Barrington Hill. These tables were once the walls of our show barn, refurbished into stunning 8x3 tables. (Stunning, but heavy!)

Kelsey also provided us with ribbons she had collected from various horse shows. A few of which she won at Barrington. How cool is that! We incorporated them by placing them on the curtains as tie backs, on a vintage dresser, as well as a vintage ladder. You'll notice on the dresser, we added Jack's bridle around a photo of Kelsey horse showing Jack. Paired with a couple of bits, and an equine vase.


This wedding is such a great example of how we work together with our brides to create truly personal and memorable weddings. It is our mission to listen, and learn about the couple. We want to incorporate anything and everything that makes them unique together. We love to take visions, and ideas, and refine them into a cohesive look that reflects the couple. With the bride's equine accents, and the wedding set on Veterans day, this wedding was the perfect harmony of the bride & groom's individual passions. 

We sent the bride and groom off with a surprise fireworks exit :)
Wishing Mr. & Mrs. Radmanesh a lifetime of happiness and adventure. It was a pleasure to work with y'all!


Photography by : Justin Demutiis Photography
Planning & Coordination: Alicia & Lily of Barrington
Catering: Olympia Catering
Florals, wedding design, furniture & all decor was provided by Barrington Hill.
Hair & Make up by : Camposecco Artistry
Bride's gown :The Dressing Room

This wedding has since been featured on Fab You Bliss Blog, and made the cover of this season's Weddings Illustrated Magazine. We are over the moon that this signature "Barrington Hill Bespoke Wedding" has been published twice. A huge thank you to everyone involved!





Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Congratulations to Katie & Jason! 10/26/13

Wedding bell's are ringing once again this weekend at Barrington Hill Farm.
      Congrats to Katie and Jason on their upcoming wedding!



Saturday is going to be beautiful. There is absolutely no doubt about it. Yes, we went a little overboard with the details and every single aspect of the wedding will be incredible. We could not be happier to work with Puff N'Stuff Catering and Papered Heart Photography, So you know this wedding will be 
F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S.


We can’t even begin to tell you how excited we are to celebrate the love of two kind souls. Katie and Jason have been so easy and fun to work with, we are sad the planning process is almost over. And even though I know most of you won’t be here to celebrate with us Saturday, it would be so great if y'all would leave Katie and Jason a sweet note on this post!


Just a note to say how happy we are for you. Wishing you a lifetime of the greatest joy, love, and happiness. Congratulations to a wonderful couple! "The Scott's"




Mentions:
Catering: Puff N' Stuff
Photography: Papered Heart Photography
Photo Booth : Fotobox

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Styled shoot sneak peek!

Many thanks to all the lovely wedding professionals that made this happen.

Photography by: Pure Emotions Photography
Wedding dress and suit provided by: AllBrides2be 
Event planning by Jackie Ross with Table 6 Productions 
Decor & Florals ( in future photos) By FH Weddings
Hair and makeup by Blendtrue

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Congratulations to Brittany & Mike Kohl!

On February 23, 2013 two beautiful people said " I do". Our first wedding of the season, they kicked it off  with a bang. From the beginning, Brittany had a clear vision of her dream wedding. A little bit of country, yet glamorous, a little bit of vintage, yet modern and a whole lot of love. The ceremony began with the beautiful bride floating down the aisle to an acoustic version of fools rush in. The aisle was covered with a layer of peachy pink rose petals and balls of baby's breath hung from Shepard hooks. Brittany found an amazing chandelier on craigslist, re painted it, added some crystal garland and had us hang it in the tree. It was the perfect addition of vintage flare to this lovely ceremony. After the couple said their I do's, the guests were invited to the front lawn for cocktail hour where they enjoyed some great tunes from Tampa's Bay Kings Band. In true country style, the band's stage was a flatbed trailer with two large round hay bales at either end. After a classic introduction down the steps and onto the dance floor the couple shared their first dance. The meal was blessed, dinner was served, and toasts were made. They did not have a cake, but instead had the most adorable cupcakes in the shape of a cake. They eliminated a cake cutting, which gave them more time to dance the night away, and dance they did! They ended a perfect evening with a touching sparkler exit. We could not have asked for better vendors to work with, and the evening could not have gone smoother. The photographer and caterer are two of our favorites, check them out!
So congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Kohl! We wish you eternal love and happiness, and we are so glad we got to be a part of your special day :)
check out their amazing video



Venue:  Barrington Hill Farm
Photography : Wings of Glory Photography
Videography : Lucid Productions
Catering : Puff N Stuff Catering
Music : Bay Kings Band
Day of Coordination by Lily & Alicia, of Barrington Hill Farm



Friday, February 1, 2013

Launching Barrington's Bespoke Brides

Our website is currently under construction, but we are very excited to announce we are revising our packages for a brighter 2013 wedding season! We have put lots of love into the new design of our packages. We already pride ourselves in "weddings as unique as you are" but we've taken it one step further. Barrington's bespoke brides will experience weddings custom designed, just for them. A big part of it is the allure of decor! We're gearing up this season with some new furniture and decor pieces that would bring a style.aficionado to tears. From antique sofas to vintage ironing boards, we've got you covered. Stay tuned for exciting updates & enjoy the sneak peak of the new additions.
Xoxo

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Happy one year Nicole & Nick!

 Happy one year anniversary to Nicole & Nick!
 The team of great vendors responsible for this perfectly purple shindig : Jason Agelini of Jason Angelini Photography, Ashly of Olivier EventsMakeup by AshleyHungry Harry’s for the reception dinner,The Garden Cafe for a chocolate fountain with lots marshmallows, pretzels, strawberries, and other treats for dipping, a DJ from Breezin’ Entertainment and Productions.




























 The focus color was purple and it was used in the flowers, the wedding party attire, the favor boxes, the up lighting  and even the bride’s shoes.  Nicole and Nick’s guests had a terrific time dancing and partying outside at the reception before the newlyweds left in a sparkler departure. Hope your first year was full of love! Wishing you both many more happy years. :)