Somerset Wedding Photographer

That lets you get on with having a fabulous day!

wedding couple hugging each other and laughing in evening sun with a tipis behind them

I am so lucky to be a Somerset Wedding photographer as the county has so much to offer.  Whether it’s the beauty and tranquillity of Exmoor and Mendips with their deep valleys, ancient woodlands, sea-cliffs, waterfalls and rivers.  Or the stunning gorges and caves (who can get married in a Cave!) Or the Quantocks and Blackdown Hills, that are beautiful areas that have been largely untouched over the years making them a gorgeously timeless and tranquil location for your wedding.

Then there’s Somerset’s stunning coastline with some of the highest sea cliffs in England.  You can see the second longest stretch of sandy beach in Europe at Berrow beach, or marvel at the geology and uncover superb specimens of fossils at the famous Cheddar gorge.

Somerset has 11,500 listed buildings, 523 scheduled monuments & 192 conservation areas. Not to mention 36 English Heritage sites and 19 National Trust sites including Clevedon Court, Fyne Court, Montacute House and Tyntesfield.

The county has two cities, Bath and Wells. The second is actually the smallest city in England and it can call itself a city because of the famous and unique 13th-century Wells Cathedral. Both cities provide countless opportunities for any Somerset wedding photographer. The largest urban areas in terms of population are Bath, Weston-super-Mare, Taunton, Yeovil and Bridgwater.

bride and groom standing in the steam at their sunrise ceremony at the roman baths in bath

Somerset Wedding Photography

bride and groom rejoicing after the outdoor ceremony at priston mill in somerset

And when it comes to food Somerset has a well-deserved and far reaching reputation for the quality of the food and drink it produces.  Whether it’s cheese from the cows enjoying the rich pastures, fish from the rivers and sea or fruit from the orchards and fields. The best Somerset wedding venues pride themselves of sourcing the highest quality local fresh produce to feed you and your guests at your wedding.

Arthurian legends, a rich history, a timeless landscape and the magical and spooky history of the Glastonbury Tor give Somerset a wonderfully mystical vibe. Live music is big in Somerset.  Everything from the world famous Glastonbury festival through to folk singers in pubs.  You won’t have any trouble finding musicians to play at your wedding!

In summary, Somerset can offer your wedding a unique location, fabulous food and the best live music.  That sounds like the perfect wedding!  If you need any more persuading then take a look at my favourite Somerset wedding venues and you will see why I love provide Somerset wedding photography.

So if you’re planning your wedding in Somerset and are looking for an experienced Somerset wedding photographer then get it touch.  I’d love to hear about your wedding plans …

the wedding couple facing each other on the field with a setting sun shinning behind them

"...Martin made us feel like we were working with a friend and that relaxed feel was reflected in our photos..." - Layla & Chris

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groomsmen with antlers behind their heads at brympton house

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guests throwing confetti at bride and groom after the ceremony at brympton house in somerset
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