Since first photographing a wedding at Birtsmorton Court in 2007, it’s been a regular fixture in my diary ever since. Some years however, (2013 for one) my bookings clashed and unfortunately any enquiries I had for wedding dates, were already taken. Fast forward to this year, and I have 2 weddings at Birtsmorton Court in […]
Birtsmorton Court wedding photography from Kieren and Georgina’s wedding in September 2010. As far as good wedding dates go, September 3rd is most definitely one to lay claim on. Why, well this is my wedding anniversary and having obsessively checked the weather on this specific date over the past 8 years, I concluded one thing. […]
A few Birtsmorton Court wedding photos from Duncan and Sam’s wedding in September 2011. September is a great month to get married (I am bias though as I too got married in the month of September!). It’s usually fine weather, the light is great at that time of year, the evenings are still light till […]
We’re back from our honeymoon and are looking through the photos, they’re incredible! Thank you so much!
We sent out a link to your blog to friends and family whilst we were still away and we’ve had so many great comments back, everyone loves the photos!
We can’t thank you enough for the great service you provided before, during, and now after our big day. You’ve made the whole process very easy and enjoyable for us.
We will certainly be recommending you to our ‘yet to tie the knot’ friends!
Birstmorton Court is a medieval moated country manor house, located in Worcestershire near Malvern, it is a stunning and unique country wedding venue.
This magical wedding venue caters for both civil weddings in the Great Hall and Birstmorton Church weddings. There is also the option of getting married in the White Garden.
For Birtsmorton Court to fully showcase it’s true beauty it’s best seen on a gorgeous summers day. That way you’ll get to enjoy the hidden white garden and full extent of the grounds that surround Birtsmoron Court. None the less, if it’s English charm you’re after a winter wedding in the Great Hall definitely shows off the buildings character.