St Audries Park in Somerset is one of those venues that you might see in a magazine. Everything about it is just perfect for a wedding and your wedding photography. I absolutely love working here! The main house is just beautiful with its gorgeous weather aged bricks and classic architecture, but that’s not all there is to St Audries Park.
In addition to the main house, there is also the delightful gardens with their breathtaking views over the surrounding countryside. And don’t forget the fantastic Victorian Orangery, a beautiful building perfect for your wedding breakfast and possessed of some amazing light thanks to its huge windows.
With onsite accommodation, a hidden cottage for the Bride and Bridesmaids and a hide away for the Groom and his men, you can spend your whole day at St Audries Park without a care in the world and focus on having the best day of your lives – and I’ll be there to capture it!
I’m a photographer, so I’m a bit biased about St Audries Park because it offers such a range of lighting and backdrops that make my job that bit easier. So it was with delight that I realised Paul and Helen were getting married here. Then that delight turned to anxiety as I read Paul’s full name on the enquiry – Paul Rowland Williams.
Paul is a fantastic photographer in his own right and I was humbled that he had chosen me to photograph his day. The bonus was he and Helen had total faith in the documentary style, but working for another photographer is always nerve racking!
In the end the day couldn’t have gone better and the photos were fantastic. This is definitely one of my favourite Somerset venues and one of my favourite weddings of the year.