Wedding at Weston-super-Mare

Wedding Photography at St Martin’s Church, Worle

As soon as I received the request to photograph the wedding of Julia and Phil, I never would have believed the venue was literally a few streets away. St Martins Church, Worle is a beautiful venue to have a wedding. Steeped in history, St Martin’s is a 12th century church overlooking beautiful views of the Mendips and beyond.

We had so much fun photographing their wedding, right from when the Groom and boys arrived at the church, through to their wedding breakfast held at Beachlands Hotel on Weston’s sea front. They are a fantastic couple who made our job so easy! As wedding photographers in Somerset, it’s such a joy too to have brilliant helpful friends and family, together with fab church staff that make the day run like clockwork.

Everyone clearly had a fantastic day! including us! So if you are searching for a Somerset wedding photographer, look no further.

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St Martin’s Church, Worle, North Somerset

St Martin’s is a medieval church dating back to the 12th century and stands on a hill overlooking Worle with fantastic views of the Mendips beyond. St Martin’s is the original Parish Church of Worle.

For more information about weddings please contact The Parish Office to request more information.


2 thoughts on “Wedding at Weston-super-Mare

  1. Beautiful photos, thanks Barry! And thank you both for understanding what we wanted and for being so friendly and easy to work with.

    Julia & Phil

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