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Clevedon Hall Winter Wedding Photography

 

It’s been some time since I’ve been to Clevedon Hall! It was great to return for Sally and Jamie’s winter wedding and see the place again. I particularly love the grounds and we got the warmest winter sun.

I knew it would be a ton of fun because Sally is a great photographer in her own right. She also works at a local bridal shop so has her thumb on the pulse of the wedding world.

The day started in Thornbury with the ceremony being held in the local church. It’s an absolutely lovely church and their vicar was really nice! I’ve been to a few weddings there now and know all of the good spots.

For the time of year, we could not have had more amazing weather. Sunlight at this time of year isn’t guaranteed but we got it all during the couple photos in the grounds of Clevedon Hall. I loved doing couple photos in the sun, it makes the world of difference and brings everything to life.

One of the highlights for me was seeing Karen and James again! Sally’s cousin made the amazing wedding cake.

Now, enough waffle – on with the Clevedon Hall winter wedding photos!

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