Thursday 4th August 2022
My Favourite 5  Wedding Venues in Worcestershire & BonusClick to Zoom

My Favourite 5 Wedding Venues in Worcestershire & Bonus

My favourite 5 wedding venues I've captured weddings at in Worcestershire (plus a bonus!)

When it comes to weddings and locations to work at as a photographer we are simply spoilt! The county of Worcestershire is home to some exquisite wedding venues and I am fortunate enough to live about 10-15 minutes drive from a few! 

I love visiting new venues, fresh eyes, inspiration and new ideas pour into my mind but I also love visiting venues again and again too. I form lovely relationships and friendships with owners and staff, we work hard together to ensure the couples' day runs smoothly and they get the very best from their days including beautiful photographs capturing their memories. 

Let me take you across some of my favourite venues to photograph weddings across the county

 

1 - Birtsmorton Court - near Malvern Worcestershire 

View of the medieval moated house at Birtsmorton Court wedding venue

I've been capturing weddings at Birtsmorton court for over 8 years. I first captured a wedding here alongside my wonderful friend and retured photographer Gemma Williams. I'd worked with Gemma over a number of years and loved our days together; I'll be forever thankful for the opportunities she gave to me. 

This stunning venue is offered exclusively to its couples. The stunning medieval moated manor dating back to the 12th century takes pride of place, there are the most stunning gardens including the White Garden and the lawn in front of the manor house all of which you can get married at. The views are captivating across the Malvern Hills and spread for miles. The church of St Thomas of Canterbury with St Peter & St Paul is within their grounds and the shortest of walks away for a Christian ceremony. 
I adore working here and I'm only 4 miles away! 

They have an array of cottages and accommodation for you to start your preparations in and should you wish you can get dressed in the bridal suite in the Manor House - which is stunning and perfect for those finishing touch photographs. 

Black and white photo of a bride's dress hanging from a four poster bed in the manor house of birtsmorton course

Birtsmorton Court church - couple stood in front of a vicar exchanging wedding vows. Photo taken from the end of the aisle


Married couple exiting the great hall in the manor house at birtsmorton court at their winter wedding
 

The possibilities for photos at Birtsmorton Court are endless, the gardens, moat, endless views and walks within the grounds are a photographer's dream to work with. 

Bride wearing a veil captured from behind stood with a moat at birtsmorton court behind her Bride and groom posed with their heads together facing the camera and hands joined in the white garden at birtsmorton court smiling in the moment

Couple stood on the gated bridge over the moat at birtsmorton court shortly after their wedding

The marquee which is home to your wedding reception is so light and airy (and really is a dream to work in particularly for my style of photography which focuses on romantic, soft and light images). I take time to capture all of the details of your day (something that I adore doing and take great pride in). 

View of inside the marquee at Birtsmorton Court, The marquee is set up for a wedding reception

Full room view inside the marquee at Birtsmorton Court with the area set up for a wedding breakfast


 

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