Priston Mill Wedding Photography
Because I live in Bristol I have done a lot of Priston Mill wedding photography. It was actually one of the first venues I photographed and I return several times each year. I regularly photograph Priston Mill Barn and Priston Mill Watermill and am lucky to have a few of my images on the official Priston Mill website.
Both venues have their own characteristics. The barn can hold a lot more people and the Watermill spans three different levels. You also have the option of married outside at the Watermill in the gardens near the stream. The barn was recently refurbished with a new chill out area. So to be honest it’s a tough call to choose between them!
I definitely think these two venues lend themselves well to summer weddings. When the suns out the gardens are a wonderful place for a drinks reception and the views are stellar. That said I have photographed a couple of winter weddings there and since they are very warm and cosy.
Nearby Churches To Get Married
You also (obviously!) have the option of getting married in a church near to Prison Mill. Here are a little list of all the churches I have been to in the area. All Saints Church in Publow. I have photographed a few weddings here and the vicar has always been extremely nice. St Bartholomew’s Church in Wick is also really nice as is St Julian’s Church in Wellow. You can also consider St Mary’s Church in Timsbury and St Andrews Church in Chew Stoke are also options as well as the beautiful Church of St Luke and St Andrew in Priston Village. And last but not least was All Saints Church in Farmborough.
Examples of my Priston Mill Wedding Photography
The first is Harriet and Chris’s wedding at the Watermill. Absolutely beautiful from start to finish. We got some amazing light for couple photos and it’s one of my favourite weddings at Priston Mill. A good example of wedding photography at the Priston Barn is Leanne and Olly’s wedding. Taken in the summer it was SO much fun to be a part of.