Jenny and Mat enjoyed their wedding celebrations at the wonderful Avoncroft Museum. This was my second visit this year providing wedding photography at Avoncroft Museum: a wonderful open-air museum in rural Worcestershire.
There’s never a shortage of locations to take the bride and groom for photos at Avoncroft Museum. And it was nice walking with Jenny and Mat to some different locations, where I captured many romantic photos of them both.
The wedding ceremony took place in the New Guesten Hall beneath its magnificent fourteenth century, Grade II listed roof. Afterward, guests made their way outside for family photos.
Next, I took Jenny and Mat for a walk around the Museum grounds. We explored the medieval townhouse, the national collection of telephone kiosks, and other historic attractions. I took many candid photos of the newlyweds during our walk.
When we got back, guests were riding the miniature railway. So, Jenny and Mat got on, and we traveled around the Museum grounds with me in front taking photos. Wonderful!
My wife and I are so glad that we chose Paul to take our wedding photos. He made everything really simple with no stress and made sure to understand just what we wanted. On the day, he managed to take some great natural photos of everyone without getting in the way, and from what we have seen he’s really been able to capture the mood of the day. We can’t wait to see all of the other photos!Jenny and Mat
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Check out some of my favourite wedding photos from Jenny and Mat’s celebrations at Avoncroft Museum in rural Worcestershire.
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