As we head into winter, my year starts to slow down a little bit. This means I actually have time to share some of the lovely weddings I’ve captured in 2017. This year, I have been a Brympton House Wedding Photographer three times! Rated one of the most beautiful wedding venues in England, I love photographing weddings here. Dani and her team are lovely to work with, my weddings here are always filled with an abundance of flowers and the food is delicious (three of my favourite things!) I am on their recommended supplier list and I don’t think I’ll ever tire of photographing weddings here.
An Easter Sunday wedding celebration:
Tash & Steve met online a few years ago and they are both incredibly close with their families. This and their love for good food, good music and a good party, set the tone for their big day. Their wedding took place on Easter Sunday. One of the main strengths of Brympton House is that the entire day takes place in one location. The bridal suite is filled with light and only a short walk from the Castle House where the ceremony takes place. Brymton House and grounds are beautiful and you are spoilt for choice when it comes to photos!
Brympton House wedding photographer:
After the ceremony, Tash & Steve had an epic confetti tunnel leading out onto the terrace. The reception kicked off with an Easter egg hunt for the kids and with cocktails flowing and laughter in the air, it was time for their wedding breakfast before we knew it. Listening to the speeches I came to realise how much Tash & Steve mean to their families. Tash’s siblings delivered a very emotional (and funny) speech, which had me in tears! Steve’s best man had a very amusing slideshow at the ready and judging from Steve (and his mum’s) reactions, it was very effective. As always, I loved capturing the raw emotions and hilarious reactions during the speeches. Those unscripted moments at weddings have become some of my favourites.
Dancing the night away at Brympton House:
Following the cutting of their Easter egg inspired wedding cake – complete with Easter Bunny detail & mini chocolate eggs, the dance floor opened. I left the lovebirds to party the night away with their guests.
What a day. Tash & Steve, thank you for having me. I loved recording these precious moments as your Brympton House wedding photographer.
Brympton House Great Hall.
The Castle House with gorgeous floral design.
Bridal preparations in the bridal suite at Brympton House.
Tash looked gorgeous in her flower crown with loose curls.
Steve waiting patiently for his bride, minutes before the ceremony in the Castle House.
Tash’s brother walked her down the aisle. Such a special moment.
Their beautiful civil ceremony in the Castle House at Brympton House.
I’m a sucker for a romantic kiss surrounded by ALL the flowers & eucalyptus. So pretty!
A confetti tunnel to end all confetti tunnels.
Tash and her girls, all looking gorgeous in shades of pastel.
Canapes and cocktails on the terrace overlooking the gardens at Brympton House.
Tash & Steve’s Save The Date cards were adorable – photos of the two of them as kids. Destined to be together.
The sweet Easter inspired wedding cake – spot the rabbit disappearing into it’s hole.
THAT dress. Tash rocked her Pronovias wedding gown.
There are so many gorgeous locations for photos at Brympton House.
Speeches. One of my favourite parts of a wedding day. This photo says it all!
That moment when your best man shows your guests (and mum) THAT photo of you after a night out…
Signature cocktails are a must at weddings.
Wedding venue: Brympton House, Yeovil, Somerset
Wedding Stylist: Dani from Tie The Knot
Floral Design: Stems of Somerset for Tie The Knot
Hair & make up: Lipstick & Curls
Tash’s dress: Pronovias
Wedding catering: Dine with Style
Wedding cake: Summerlea Cakes