A Burlton Manor Wedding Day

A Shropshire Barn Wedding Venue Welcomes their Bride and Groom

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The happy Bride and Groom outside the incredible new Shropshire wedding venue, and the very first Burlton Manor wedding.

Burlton Manor Wedding Photographer

Set just a few miles outside of my home town of Ellesmere and nestled in the delightful Shropshire countryside, is the best kept secret in the Wedding world, Burlton Manor. What can I say about this incredible new venue and my first Burlton Manor Wedding? It has all the love and vision of the new owners and it screams quality throughout.

Burlton Manor is a very pretty, and picturesque, wedding venue in the north of Shropshire. A brand new wedding venue filled with beautiful airy spaces throughout the renovated barns with ample picture opportunities to fill your boots many times over.

In short, it was the most amazing venue for this lovely bride and groom and a perfect place for me to work my PB magic.

Wherever you look you can clearly see no expense has been spared, or vision denied, in creating this bespoke wedding venue with the most amazing facilities set in sumptuous grounds.

A brand new Shropshire wedding venue that truly needs to be seen.

Olly and Kim met me at one of the local wedding fayres and some time before all the issues we recently faced. During this time they decided to revisit their plans, and look for a new venue. They already knew what they wanted so, when they heard about this exciting new Shropshire wedding venue, they felt it deserved a look. I am sure they are more than glad they did. What developed from ideas, sketches and plans to an actual Burlton Manor Wedding has been nothing short of impressive.

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The wonderful Shropshire countryside is a massive part of the appeal of this Barn wedding venue, being a creative wedding photographer and living just a few miles away, I know how much this aspect means to my couples.

I asked Olly and Kim for their own thoughts around their Burlton Manor Wedding. Read on for more from this gorgeous couple or simply enjoy the following images from their incredible wedding day.
A truly lovely couple and a wedding journey that will remain with me for many a year.

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Kim, her Father and her Maid’s, making their way to the Church

Here are Olly’s thoughts around his wedding day and how he and Kim met.

We met online in 2014 (I’m originally from Wolves). I’m meeting for the first time Kim was initially just relieved I didn’t have a strong Yam Yam accent ?.

We were engaged in October 2017. We originally planned to marry in 2019, but spent the money on buying a house instead. So July 2020 was the first official date for the wedding, but we all know what happened after that.

For the day itself, Kim, 99.9% of the physical look and feel of the wedding was all Kim. As a graphic designer by profession, she spent ages designing stationary, printing and laser cutting etc.

On the day memories, well it’s like putting your head in a blender for the day. It all comes so thick and fast. Some highlights for me were greeting everyone on the way into the church – the only time I managed to see everyone.

Also the photos at the venue with you and the groomsmen and brides maids were a laugh.

In all it was everything we hoped for.

Here are some images from their beautiful Burlton Manor Wedding. A day that began at Kim’s Father’s home followed by a wonderful Church ceremony. They then their way cross country to the awaiting team.

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Team Burlton Manor, massive thanks to Rebecca and Becky for being the perfect hosts.

If you are looking for a creative Shropshire wedding photographer, then do get in touch and let’s have a chat.

Phil x

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Burlton Manor

After the beautiful Shropshire Church wedding ceremony Olly and Kim made their way over to Burlton Manor, the following image are all taken there. What a venue.

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Burlton Manor wedding
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Phil Barrett
Phil Barrett

Phil Barrett is a seasoned photographer with a rich background in creativity. Starting his journey as an illustrator and designer, Phil's work graced the greeting cards of some of the world's largest producers. After two decades in the industry, a twist of fate led him back to university, where he founded PbArtWorks, initially envisioned as a design and photography agency. However, it was his unique approach to wedding photography, characterized by its natural, unforced essence, that truly resonated. For over a decade, Phil has captured weddings across Shropshire, Cheshire, North Wales, and beyond. Beyond weddings, Phil's passion for photography is evident in his leisurely strolls around his town, capturing its scenic beauty. Whether through pen, brush, camera, or lens, Phil's ultimate goal remains consistent: to create beautiful imagery that brings joy to people. His mantra? "Good enough is never good enough."

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