Jen & Kurt | Clevedon Hall | Wedding
Walking along Clevedon Pier whilst eating ice-cream is one of my favourite memories of Jen and Kurt’s wedding. I’ve been to a few great weddings at Clevedon Hall but I haven’t yet been lucky enough to visit the pier. The old wooden boardwalk makes for some great photos and it’s certainly a wedding venue with a difference! Whilst we were only there for a few hours before heading to Clevedon Hall for the wedding reception it was a real highlight of the day.
You might remember Jen and Kurt from their engagement photos at Castle Combe. Whilst the weather on their wedding day was a little touch and go we had fun in the sun and also got some beautiful photos in the grounds of Clevedon Hall. A few shout outs to some of my favourite local suppliers. Firstly to the Rose Shed, who made the largest bouquet I have ever photographed. I needed a special lens just to fit it all in :/ To Amy Elizabeth for her makeup skills and Louise for beautifying all the girls hair in the morning.
Also to the ladies at England’s Finest Cars for letting me ride shotgun whilst we headed to the beach for a few couple photos.
One of my favourite things about Clevedon Hall is the main entrance hall with the balcony. It means you can get some really interesting first dance photos, and I’m not talking about the sack race!
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Love the portraits!! Great photos Albert as always!
Fantastic coverage mate!! Loving the shots on the pier, super fun!
Absolutely stunning! A true work of art.
Wow, these are absolutely STUNNING! Your editing is perfect, I love it all.
loads of great candids, especially the pictures on the bridge and the jenga and sack games!
That first shot….SO good! The whole set was great.
Unreal storytelling. So much awesomeness!
Brilliant Photos mate.
Really nice work for an amazing couple. Spot on!!!
Great photographs Al. Went to see Fr. Vlad yesterday, he had already looked at them. In his opinion you are the best ever, and weddings are part of his job!!!! Emer
Love this Al. Their location for portraits is full of win.