How beautiful is this Isle Of Wight wedding? Having originally planned for a large wedding, Sarah & John made the decision to have a small and intimate day. We just love all the beachy and relaxed vibes from this gorgeous day. From the picture perfect backdrop, to their reception paella, we are seriously feeling each aspect. Oh, and that first look moment which is perfectly captured by Recommended Supplier, Jason Mark Harris Photography!? We’re not crying, you are…

Isle Of Wight wedding on the beach with paella sharing dish

We both love the sea and so it felt fitting to get married on a beach. Priory Bay (in our opinion), is the most stunning beach on the island.

Sarah & John


Think about what matters, the pandemic definitely made us realise we'd been stressing and sweating about the small stuff for the wedding. It's about the two of you; do and choose what makes you happy!


Aside from saying I-do and finally getting to marry my best friend, it has to be taking a step back and looking at our families feeling relaxed and enjoying themselves whilst the sun came out.

How gorgeous does Sarah look in her wedding gown? We absolutely love the 20s style fit. 

We're expecting our first child in June (just after our originally planned wedding date!). Our suppliers were wonderful and so flexible, especially given the challenging times they were working in. Jason & Sarah definitely stood out to us, they went above and beyond to capture all the moments of our special day.

Sarah & John

If an Isle of Wight wedding with all those beach vibes is your style, then stick around. Take a look at our beach wedding roundup, where you’ll find all the inspiration you need. Or how about this intimate Barcelona elopement? It may look like an editorial, but it’s genuinely a real wedding (wow).

Ella Turner

Written by Ella Turner

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Venue: The Boathouse On Priory Bay | Entertainment: Lewis Berry | Florist: Flower Garden | Catering: Angel In The Kitchen

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