South of France wedding photography, Carmargue, with Erin and James

Nestled in the Camargue region of southern france, lies an idyllic 500 year old farmhouse run by the quintessential Frenchman Jean Claude. When Erin and James got engaged, they immediately thought of Le Mas de Barbut and knew it would make an enchanting wedding venue. Situated just outside Aigues Mortes, this place packs a punch when it comes to character and charm. Rustic and classically French, the vine covered walls, flowers, artefacts found in the natural grounds, ginger moggies, and stunning gardens added to this heavenly spot. Erin and James enjoyed their day with their six month old daughter Niamh and 50 other guests. A beautiful ceremony was followed by a naming ceremony for Niamh before drinks and canopies were served in the courtyard. The nearby beach and countryside provided a great backdrop to some shots before heading back for an alfresco dinner. The attention to detail on the dinner tables was exquisite, and following the amazing French food and wines, Erin and James did their first dance with little Niamh before old movies were played against a moonlit night sky – a perfectly romantic day for a gorgeous couple. Congratulations to both Erin and James! x

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