Jim & Ruth booked me online as soon as they heard about me. I didn't meet them until a few weeks before their wedding! A hazy late summers day greeted us all on arrival at the court. Military uniform at the ready and one of the most amazing wedding dresses I've ever seen! Ruth looked stunning!
I noticed a farmer was busy harvesting in a nearby field during their wedding breakfast and after a couple of glasses wine they were both up for something a little unique and different. I love couples like this! I stayed with them right up until after their first dance together.
Birtsmorton Court in Malvern, Worcestershire has got be one of the most perfect settings for wedding photography. It's definitely in my top five of favourite wedding venues. It's also only 25 mins away from me as well.
Birtsmorton Court is romantic, it’s unusual, it has a subtle gothic fairy-tale façade, surrounded by a magnificent rare dual moat and set in beautiful rolling countryside. There is nowhere else quite like it!
This wedding venue offers so many opportunities for varied and dynamic wedding photos that it's very easy to get carried away. I never have enough time to explore it all! The grand hall has got to be one of the most majestic civil ceremony rooms there is, at least in Malvern!