Brympton House wedding Photographer

Wedding Photography at Brympton House

Brympton House was the perfect setting for Elizabeth and Andrew’s autumn wedding in early October. It’s a fabulous venue with heaps of charm. We met them the night before the wedding for their rehearsal dinner. It’s unusual in the UK but Elizabeth is American and the rehearsal dinner is a tradition. Being Autumn Brympton House was dark but beautifully and dramatically lit. The wine had been brought by Elizabeth’s father and had been bought in her birth year to celebrate the wedding. All the champagne too was vintage as was the port. During the early evening, the wine and port were decanted¬†and allowed to stand while the guests sampled the champagne. We stayed until the first course was served and then it was back to the hotel to get ready for the morning.

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We arrived bright and early to the house. All the guests along with Andrew were in the pantry having breakfast while Elizabeth, her mother and the bridesmaids were in the bridal suite having hair and makeup. ¬†The ceremony took place at St. Mary the Virgin church in Bruton. It’s a beautiful church and the vicar was really lovely.

Back at Brympton House, we had just enough time for some family shots and some portraits before the rain started. The drinks reception took place in the impressive reception room. In the hallway, the table plan was presented by custom made plates. Each plate representing a table. There was a real richness to the colours used for the wedding. It almost felt like Christmas with the gorgeous decoration in the dining room. Once the meal was done there were emotional speeches and tales of sisterly love and rivalry, a few tears for lost loved ones and rounded off with the Father of the Bride remembering Elizabeth’s life and the colour of Andrew’s hair when they first met.

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By now it was dark outside so the cake was cut in the warm glow of the open fire and everyone made their way over to the stables for the dancing. The highlight of the evening being Elizabeth’s father singing to her while they danced.

It was definitely one of our favourite weddings of the year. I love autumn it’s my favourite season and this was one to remember.

My favourite photos from a Brympton House Wedding

The rehearsal dinner.

brympton house at sunsetwine tasting The groom has a quiet moment rehearsal dinner rehearsal dinnerRehearsal dinner

The next morning…morning view of the garden bride's makeup groom prep bride and flower girlgroom and groomsmen laughing bride church

Brympton House Wedding Photographers

Brympton House is a luxury wedding venue in Somerset. It’s a beautiful place for a wedding. Brympton House wedding photography is a joy in any season. It has a grand and varied interior and a large gorgeous garden with a huge lawn leading down to a small lake.

Brympton is an exclusive use wedding venue. You approach up the tree lined drive which opens up to reveal the imposing house. The bride can get ready in the bridal suite, purpose-made as a little hideaway for the morning getting ready with the bridesmaids. The Fat Pidgeon guest house next door can be used by the groom and his groomsmen to get ready and also doubles as accommodation for your guests. The ceremony can take place in the Castle House which is over 750 years old or in good weather on the terrace under the Temple. Religious ceremonies can be held on the Estate at St. Andrew’s church.

After the ceremony guests can congregate on the terrace or in the grand entrance hall. Wedding breakfasts are served upstairs in the fabulous dining room. Following the food, the party can move over to the party barn which has its own bar and plenty of space for up to 200 guests to get down. Being exclusive use also means that there is no closing time.

Brympton House staff and suppliers are always a delight to work with.