Wedding at Bradley House

Jen and Alex where married at the stunning Bradley House

owned by the Duke of Somerset since it was built more than 300 years ago. The couple had exclusive use of the house for three days and we had the pleasure of spending two nights in Wiltshire. The venue had a wonderful homely feel and the couple was able to really make the wedding their own. The day began with the boys enjoying a morning of clay pigeon shooting in the grounds of Bradley House while the girls spent the time pampering themselves, getting hair and make-up done in one of the beautiful rooms. We had a fantastic time doing creative night portraits around the inside of the house. The next morning Jen & Alex booked us for a Shoot The Dress session and we spent over an hour taking photos around the grounds outside.

Wedding Venue: Bradley

groom shooting a clay pigeon at Bradley House

Clay Pigeon Shooting in Wiltshire

Groomsmen Clay Pigeon Shooting at a wedding in Wiltshire

Groom Portrait morning of the wedding

Weddiing Hair spray

Bride getting ready wedding photojournalism

Documentary wedding photography of bride getting ready

Wedding dress

Bride preparations shots done in a documentary style of wedding photography

Beauty Portraits of Bride

Groom at wedding ceremony

Wedding in Wiltshire at Bradley House

Removing the veil at a wedding ceremony

just after the wedding ceremony

Pianist for wedding

Wedding reception dancing

Winter wedding creative bridal portraits

Portrait of the bride and groom

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  1. Rosie on March 13, 2009 at 5:30 am

    So many amazing shots, wow. I think my fave (though I had lots) is the one of the pageboy. Stunning work, they will be so thrilled I’m sure!

  2. Barb on March 21, 2009 at 6:15 pm

    These photos are amazing! have a very happy life together. x

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