First Looks are becoming a popular option among our couples here at Baxter Barn. With the photos being completed before the ceremony, the couple can enjoy the entire wedding with their friends and family.
How they work. You arrive first with the videographer and photographer, facing your back to where your partner will be arriving. When your partner arrives, they walk towards you and tap you on the shoulder, you then turn around and have that “aisle moment” and share that first look, just between the two of you.
"WOW is the first word that came to mind when I think of how amazing the venue and staff are at Baxter Barn! I planned my wedding from overseas and without viewing the venue first but it blew all my expectations! I relied on reviews to make that choice which is why I feel really compelled to say that if you choose this venue then you will not be disappointed!
Everything from the smallest detail to the important bits (like the incredible food that the chef offers!) was considered. I can't imagine my day running anywhere as smoothly as it did without the incredible support that Amy and Lucy provided to us. This is far more than a venue, the staff guided and helped in any way they possibly could to ensure that everything turned out just the way we wanted it to. I can't speak more highly enough of our experience at Baxter Barn and each member of their team who pulled together on the day to provide the best possible service. You know it's been a good wedding when even your guests are commenting on how great the venue and staff were
THANKS AGAIN BAXTER BARN"
"Hands down best venue to photograph! So many opportunities for unique photo locations and always looks incredible with the ceremony and reception set up."
Photo courtesy of Jayne from Bright Eyes Photography
Becca and Evan were an extremely fun couple! Their personalities were all throughout their wedding, starting off with the ceremony. Their celebrant, Carla Bergen, asked that all guests to take a quick photo before putting their phones away for an unplugged ceremony “there’s only one phone left” Carla said with a glint in her eye looking at Becca. Becca proceeded to pull out her phone from a pocket in her wedding dress, (which she had been boasting about to Carla in the lead up to the wedding) with hesitation, “oh alright, one quick selfie” replied Carla. So in fun nature, Becca, Evan and their bridal party, just like the famous Ellen DeGeneres Oscar Selfie, and got a pre ceremony photo – pictured below.