Wedding season – Spring
Wedding Venue – Birtsmorton Court
Lizzie and Lloyd live in London; however, they had chosen to get married at Great Malvern Priory in Worcestershire which dates back to 1013 when it was a Benedictine monastery, famous for its stained-glass windows it made for some fantastic photo opportunities for a West Midlands Wedding Photographer.
It is always special to have the whole wedding day recorded, so as documentary wedding photographers we usually start the day with the wedding preparations, which was the case with Lizzie and her bridesmaids at her parents’ house in Malvern, however as there was only one photographer this time I couldn’t document the groom’s preparations.
When the bride was ready it was time for the bridal party to make its way to The Priory, arriving in style in a fabulous looking Jaguar! Once the ceremony was over the bridal party, family, friends and guests assembled in the magnificent grounds of the Priory for some photographs, then made their way to nearby Birtsmorton Court in Worcestershire, which is an incredible example of a fully moated medieval manor house with references to it going as far back as the Domesday Book.
Family friends and guests were entertained by a string quartet and enjoyed drinks and canapes whilst I took the opportunity to steal away the bride and groom for some portrait photographs in the gardens of Birtsmorton House, the weather as you can see was glorious.
Soon it was time for the wedding breakfast, the speeches and the toasts, which were full of wit humour and love for the happy couple, then afterwards all the guests were invited to join the newlywed couple on the dance floor in celebration of their marriage, where they were encouraged to kick off their shoes (literally) as comfy shoes were on offer for tired feet! What a fabulous wedding guys, we wish you all the best in your future life together.
Lizzie & Lloyd, thank you for choosing us to be your Birtsmorton Court wedding photographers. As usual the complete gallery of wedding photography is available to view for friends and family via online password protected gallery.