Rustic Wedding at Wishing Well Barn

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December 16, 2015 6:25 pm Published by

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The Setting is like a Thomas Kincaid Painting on Wedding at Wishing Well Barn

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Wedding of Jami & Justin Cox at Wishing Well Barn in Plant City. Our photographer Joe did the photography, Randy was the Videographer, and Kevin the DJ on this beautiful late November wedding at Wishing Well Barn. Jami & Justin such a fun couple.

Wedding at Wishing Well Barn

Wishing Well Barn is a fully functioning cattle ranch with adjacent blueberry fields and a beautiful rustic old barn. We had a unbelievable reflection on the lake and thanks to Michelle the owner of Wishing Well Barn, who provided a ladder for our photographer to be able to shoot from up high so as to get the reflection in the background.  We would have liked to use this ladder for the ceremony, but the ceremony was so quick there just was not the time to do this. For the video we used a drone which allowed us to capture the scene that looked like a Thomas Kincaid Painting.

Weddings at Wishing Well Barn

The Ceremony took place on the lake directly lined up with two majestic oak trees on the opposite side of the water.   The reception was inside the beautiful open air barn at Wishing Well, which was decorated with fine detail.  The attention to little details is very obvious as you can see in the opening of the video. Michelle and staff were very friendly and helpful.

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We love the amazing mini lights along with the chandelier which really creates a intimate atmosphere. We shoot many farm venues in the Tampa Area and this is one of our favorites.

Wishing Well Barn Plant City

 

Wishing Well BarnFor the ceremony we mounted a GoPro on the door frame that is at the back end of the ceremony site. It gives a great angle of the Brides dress and her train as she walks down the aisle with her father.

Wishing Well Barn has a few different areas where they can have the ceremony. This particular area the brides love because of the two amazing oak treas that are on the opposite side of the lake.  This area is alittle further out from the barn, but the distance can be an advantage during the cocktail hour so that there are not any interruptions from the guests while we are doing bride and groom portraits.   This aerial video below really shows a great view of the lake and the oak trees.   For information on weddings at Wishing Well Barn see http://www.wishingwellbarn.com/

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