Bridgehouse Barn Wedding Photographer

Alicia and Luke got married at the Bridgehouse Barn, which is confusingly really a big tipi wedding venue with countryside view. It sits beside the river, nestled in the heart of Leicestershire. It’s a fab place for a wedding.

The ceremony was an intimate affair with a legend of a vicar who didn’t mind what me or the videographer got up to as we were there for them. It’s always a concern going to a new venue as you don’t their rules, this time there were none. Win!

Why Bridgehouse Barn is a great place to get married

It’s a tipi wedding venue. Need I say more.?

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Orchardleigh House Wedding Photographer

Jess and Will fell in love with Orchardleigh House, a vast manor house in Somerset with countryside views, exclusive use of the venue and an outdoor ceremony space.

It sits nestled in the heart of the Mendips and it’s up there in my top wedding venues in the South West. It’s simply beautiful.

The ceremony

They held the ceremony outdoors. Outdoor wedding ceremonies are a thing now that the rules have changed, and it’s about time. It adds a little something extra and brings England in line with the rest of the UK.

Why Orchardleigh is a great place to get married

Three different ceremony spaces, a bar that doesn’t have an official bar shut time (it’s arranged with the couple) a lake, beautiful grounds.. the list goes on.

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Barleywood House Wedding Photographer

The ultimate DIY venue?

Kristen and James got married at Barleywood House, a DIY venue with both outdoor and indoor spaces in Bristol with countryside views.
The ceremony
The ceremony was an intimate affair held out at the front of the house. During the ceremony, they had several beautiful readings from friends and family. They had ‘best people’ and even the bride did a speech!
Why Barleywood House is a great place to get married
Barleywood House is perfect for intimate weddings in Bristol. The venue offers onsite bedrooms so guests don’t have to leave early–it's secluded, pretty and you can make a lot of noise.
The couple had a live band in the evening. Turned their wedding cake (Which was made of cheese) into the evening food and had a belter of a band.
Such an amazing day!

If you’re planning a wedding at Barleywood House, get in touch!

Plas Dinam House Wedding Photographer

If you're planning to get married in Mid West Wales then you'll love this wedding.

Chris and Anna got married at Plas Dinam House, which is, they quote a "mansion with a unique Stables, glass-roofed, party barn. " As wedding venues go it's doing all the right things, with countryside views, outdoor ceremony space and that glass-roofed party barn.

The ceremony

The ceremony was an intimate affair held out at the front of the house. During the ceremony, they had several beautiful readings from friends and family. It was so personal.

Why Plas Dinam House is a great place to get married

Plas Dinam House is perfect for intimate weddings and is one of the best places to get married in Mid Wales. The venue offers onsite bedrooms so guests don’t have to leave early – the grounds and the views are the stuff of dreams. The couple had lawn games, free booze all day and a live band in the evening. Then there was the heartfelt speeches, relaxed vibe of the day and the great weather…what a day. If you’re planning a wedding at Plas Dinam House, get in touch!

Goldney Hall Wedding Photographer

You wouldn’t know it was there unless you’ve been there before or stumbled on it searching for Bristol wedding photographer. The beautiful surrounds of Georgian and Victorian buildings, manicured gardens and wonderful hidden surprises–a shell-studded grotto, ornamental canal, statues and a fully restored rotunda. The Orangery at Goldney Hall is the hidden gem within Bristol’s famous Clifton Village and offers an intimate vibe, light-drenched rooms, pretty gardens and a sense of not being in the centre of bristol at all. The hall occupies part of the grounds of Goldney House, built in the 18th century and remodelled in the 1860s. The house and several garden features are listed structures, and the garden is designated Grade II* on the Register of Historic Parks and Garden.

Didsbury House Wedding

So, I get all giddy when a couple goes for a walk in public.

It takes balls. But it turns heads and makes total strangers stop and stare (in a good way).

If you’re thinking about it. Do it. Rachel and Ben married at Didsbury House, it's website describes itself as a “luxury Victorian villa hotel” and has an “intimate house party feeling”. How neat is that?
Its ceremony room is attractive, natural light pours in, and it's dotted with has period features from its Victorian past, it feels intimate. It's a nice place to get married. And a fitting space for these two.

Ben, who towers over me (I’m 6ft) is one of those blokes I’d want to be if we were at the same school or college. (Can’t believe, I just said that out loud). His large build goes hand in hand with his warmth and friendly way he carries himself. Rachel, an intelligent, flame-haired beauty, stole the show (as she should) in a silky, elegant wedding dress.
Forced to wear a wedding dress, I’d wear that one.

The weather held out for them, the staff at Didsbury house knew what they were doing and the bride and groom's plans of good times for everyone was a success.
The reception felt like an intimate house party as promised, it even had the beer pong and one room dedicated to pumping dance music.

And what marriage would be complete without lots and lots of very merry people celebrating with them?