Bourton Hall is a favourite of mine - it's a beautiful venue, set in fantastic grounds and the team their know how to look after you.
The beautiful 18th century mansion has picturesque grounds and beautiful interior, not to mention a former Catholic chapel for your ceremony.
Laura and Nick's style was classic - she wore a beautiful ballgown and Nick paired tails with a tweed waistcoat. Capturing Nick getting ready with his soon-to-be father-in-law in the morning was so special to capture. Images like these aren't generally ones you print and hang on the wall, but they are so special and provide a wonderful reminder of such an important day for years to come. If you choose to have a wedding album, images like these are a beautiful addition and really tell the story of your wedding day too.
The perfect grounds for your couples portraits
As I mentioned at the beginning of this post, the grounds at Bourton are beautiful and give so many options for your couples portraits without needing to walk miles. This is ideal as it allows us to capture a variety of images for you without taking up too much of your day.
I'm sure you'll agree that Laura looks so beautiful and Nick makes a rather handsome groom.
A sparkler send off
After their wedding breakfast and partying on the dance floor with their friends and family, their wedding guests were invited out into the grounds of Bourton Hall for a sparkler send off - such a lovely addition to confetti earlier in the day.