Pre Wedding Photography in Bristol | Avon Valley Railway
Last week I had the pleasure of meeting up with Emma & Edward for their pre wedding photography in Bristol. They will be getting married in four weeks and I’m really looking forward to photographing their wedding at St Mary & St Melor Church followed by a reception at the stunning Antrobus House in Wiltshire. Although I am a Bristol Wedding Photographer I am happy to travel throughout Bristol, Bath, Somerset and further afield to photograph your wedding.
When we first met I was shown Emma’s moodboard especially created for the wedding along with the bunting she has spent hours making and the vintage china they’ve been collecting.
We met up for the pre wedding shoot in Bitton at the Avon Valley Railway where there is a whole host of opportunities for photographs. Here are a selection of my favourites from the day.
Regular viewers of my blog will know how I am a fan of doors. The more colourful the better, whether they are rusting or brightly painted I think they always make a fantastic backdrop for a photograph. I was in my element here.
Just inside the booking office and we were greeted with these vintage suitcases and an insight into how the station would have looked in years gone by.
After a quick chat with the station manager we were allowed onto the train carriages and got some fantastic photographs. It didn’t take too long before we were heading for first class.
At this point I feel I should put a disclaimer in that climbing onto railway tracks is not advisable!
From the railway we headed to a nearby woodland that I’d found a few days earlier where we were able to capture these stunning photographs.
If you would like to commission me to be your Bristol Wedding Photographer then please get in touch and I’d be happy to listen to your plans for your big day.