Worcestershire Wedding Photographer for fun-loving couples

wedding couple laughing lit by the evening sun with tipi behind them at pennard house in somerset

It’s always a pleasure to work as a Worcestershire wedding photographer.  Famous for its beautiful countryside including the Cotswolds, idyllic rural villages, a stunning cathedral city, it’s sauce, it’s pottery and the most beautiful cricket ground.  It’s no wonder Worcestershire draws crowds for its music and food festivals.

Then there’s the beautiful Malvern Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty, the hills are famous for their natural mineral springs and wells. So, with all this in mind.  It will not surprise you to learn that there are some fantastic wedding venues in Worcestershire.

Let’s start with the historic and beautiful cathedral city of Worcester.  Sitting by the River Severn, the medieval cathedral is one of the finest in England and houses royal tombs, a crypt and cloisters.  The cities rich history and stunning architecture have long been a draw for tourists.

On the outskirts of Worcester Stanbrook Abbey is a Grade II listed former monastery that with its original architecture makes a fantastic wedding venue.  When I shoot wedding photography at Stanbrook Abbey I love the gothic stained-glass-windows that throw amazing light around the venue allowing me to create some amazing images of my brides, grooms and their guests.  If there’s one thing Worcestershire wedding photographers like it’s having additional light to play with.

wedding couple in the corridor of stanbrook abbey in worcestershire

Worcestershire Wedding Photography

wedding couple kissing with a cows looking at them behind them

9 miles out of Worcester is the stunning wedding venue, Curradine Barns.  Two characterful red brick barns with a courtyard and gorgeous gardens create the perfect space for a wedding.    When I shoot wedding photography at Curradine Barns I love the enchanting and serene vibe of this amazing wedding venue.

Just 7 miles south of the Malvern Hills sits historically rich Birtsmorton Court.  Dating back from 1241 this Grade 1 listed fortified medieval moated manor house sits in 350 acres of West Midlands countryside.  When I shoot wedding photography at Birtsmorton Court I love the serene and picturesque surroundings.  They make the most romantic backdrop in all of my images.

If you’re looking for something a little more unusual in your wedding venue then take a look at West Midlands Safari Park.  Home to some of the world’s most beautiful, endangered and exotic animals they throw in a 4-mile safari drive through and offer a choice of three unique wedding venues.  When I shoot wedding photography at West Midlands Safari Park, I love it when I get to capture fun images of my brides and grooms in the theme park.

So, if you’re currently planning your wedding you should definitely take a look at Worcestershire.  Once you have chosen your wedding venue, you’ll be looking for a Worcestershire wedding photographer.  Feel free to get in touch.  I’d love to hear about your wedding plans.

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


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