Walton Castle Wedding Photography | Clevedon Wedding Photographer
Kate and Brad got married back in September at Walton Castle in Clevedon after they were the lucky winners of the Heart FM Have a Heart Wedding where several of the finest South West wedding suppliers offered their services as part of the charity auction. It was interesting to hear during the speeches Kate's father relive the morning of the auction and the several text messages from his wife who was bidding on Kate and Brad's behalf.Fast forward a few months and its the day of the wedding at this fabulous venue in Clevedon, Walton Castle is a Grade II listed hill top property enjoying glorious 360 degree views North Somerset and the Bristol Channel and was a stunning location for such a wedding. As well as having myself along as their wedding photographer, Kate and Brad had the services of The Mews Clifton for Kate's stunning wedding dress, make up by the talented Grace Kingsley, videographer Adam Huckle and DJ service by Jay from Make it a Success to name a few.Here is a selection of my favourite images from the day. Feel free to leave them some love and if you are looking for a Clevedon Wedding Photographer then feel free to contact me.I had previously photographed Kate & Brad when we got together for their pre-wedding photoshoot and Kate had revealed a fondness for the colour red although nothing could have prepared me for Kate's shoes which were these stunning shoes by Vivienne Westwood.As mentioned earlier the dress had been supplied by The Mews Clifton and Kate chose this fabulous wedding dress by designer to the stars Suzanne Neville for her big day. It was a fantastic choice as the wedding dress suited her perfectly especially as Gail from The Mews was on hand to assist in Kate getting ready. I cannot possibly describe what a great service Gail and her staff at The Mews provide and a visit to the fabulous bridal emporium should be high on the list for any bride to be.As Kate was inside composing herself ready for the ceremony the guests were waiting outside for her entrance, until it decided to pour down that is. After a quick shelter and a little convincing from Brad the registrars gave the go ahead for the ceremony to still take place outside as Kate had wanted.I love this picture of Kate's parents struggling with their emotions as Kate and Brad say I do.As a Bristol Wedding Photographer I always like to take the happy couple off for a short period of time away from their guests so they get a chance to relax in their own company and I can capture a few portraits without the inclusion of all of their guests.So there we have it, I really enjoyed photographing Kate and Brad's Clevedon Wedding and if you are planning a wedding in Clevedon, Bristol or anywhere else then please get in touch if you would like to discuss having me as your wedding photographer.