Assembly Rooms Wedding Photographer

bride and groom in front of bath assembly rooms

There are so many reasons why I love working as Assembly Rooms wedding photographer.  Built in 1771, the Grade I listed rooms were described as ‘the most noble and elegant of any in the kingdom’. The Assembly Rooms were built for the assembly, a particular 18th century form of entertainment The venue is lavishly adorned with Whitefriars crystal chandeliers and displaying portraits by Gainsborough, Ramsya & Hoare. It’s no wonder they’re a favourite for television and film-makers.

Today their collection of four distinct rooms, the great octagon, the ball room, the tea room and the card room (with their world-famous chandeliers and interconnecting doors) lend themselves perfectly to a chic city wedding for anything from 40 to 400 guests.

The Assembly Rooms are also home for the famous Bath fashion museum and their world finest collection of fashionable dresses, including wedding ones.

So, if you’re looking for an elegant, chic and historically rich wedding venue in Bath then the iconic Assembly Rooms could be the perfect wedding venue for you.  Offering an unrivalled backdrop of stunning interiors and architecture they certainly are the perfect wedding venue for stunning Bath wedding photography.

If like my Assembly Rooms wedding photography then get in touch.  I’d love to hear about your wedding plans…

bride and groom on the balcony in tea room at assembly rooms in bath

Assembly Rooms wedding photographer

"Martin made us and our guests feel totally relaxed on the day, amazing shots and professional service throughout" - Gemma & Ashley

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The Bath Assembly Rooms, Bennett St, Bath BA1 2QH