Phil and Rebecca chose Berrow Court in Birmingham for their wedding reception following their marriage at St Peter's Harborne in early September. The house, which formerly belonged to the Chamberlain family, is a hidden gem which proved an impressive backdrop for their photos.
Whether it's spring, summer, autumn or winter Brownsover Hall Rugby provides a dream backdrop for wedding photography. In August it was at its very best for Adam and Sam and we were able to take some stunning photos of their very special day.
Both Robert and Hema and Mark and Evie chose Ashton Lodge in the Warwickshire countryside for their weddings and were rewarded with perfect weather. With swings, tractors and a lovely archway the grounds provided plenty of opportunities for photography that was that little bit different.
The Draycote Hotel Rugby is rather special. It boasts not only a splendid golf course but a stunning view of Draycote Water. Dan and Natalie chose it for their wedding in August and it provided just the right blend of beauty and fun
Ben and Laura chose the classical outdoor pavilion of the Dower House Hotel at Lincoln for their wedding in August. And thankfully the rain held off just long enough for them to achieve their dream - a beautiful family wedding in glorious surroundings
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Recent PostsBerrow Court - a hidden gem for weddings in Birmingham Brownsover Hall Rugby never fails to please. A glorious outdoor and indoor venue Ashton Lodge Warwickshire- a perfect choice for two early summer weddings Fun and beauty at the Draycote Hotel Rugby - a special day in August Ben and Laura at the Dower House Lincoln - an outdoor wedding with a classical twist Fun at Hickling Barn Norfolk - a wedding with a difference July in Durham - Stately grounds at Hardwick Hall Hotel Blossom, ducks and a glorious day - Rowheath Pavillion, Birmingham in June The Sussex Downs, The Ravenswood and a beautiful day in May Brownsover's Victorian Gothic, lovely grounds, a Spring wedding - what could be better?