Pennard House Wedding Photography
Pennard House in Somerset was a perfect wedding venue for Katie & Paul. The venue is only a few miles away from the place where the famous Glastonbury festival takes place and with tipis, it was simply the perfect choice for Glastonbury festival goers like them.
The couple got ready at the venue before walking to the Church of All Saints which is only a 2 minutes walk away from the venue. Very handy and no excuse to be late 😉 The bride wore stunning dress by Charlie Brear and together with bridesmaids they looked amazing.
The wedding reception was very relax and pleasure to photograph for any wedding photographer.
The food prepared by Caroline Gent was delicious as always not to mention the presentation! It was Caroline itself who recommended me to the couple after seeing my images from the last wedding that we covered together. The couple fall in love with my wedding photography and I was really happy to be their wedding photographer.
Just after a meal, I spotted really nice light and took the couple for a 5 minutes mini session in tipi area just in time for a very entertaining sets of speeches.
Kate & Paul mentioned that Pennard House team were very accommodating to some of the couple slightly unusual ideas like speeches outside of the house with their evening guests, for example.
At the reception, the DJ warmed up the guests with great music before the first dance and then the band took over afterwards. As a surprise to the guests, the couple hired Bucking Bronco which was a great hit! The couple insisted for me to have a go too, so I couldn’t really say no 😉
I absolutely loved to work at this unique Somerset wedding venue and I look forward to be back soon to Pennard House.
We love Martin. He was unbelievable to work with – it felt like we had a friend working with us. Martin was really unassuming – he managed to get all of the family and friend shots without any hassle or inconvenience and our guests were able to continue to enjoy the drinks reception. In fact, lots of our guests remarked on how friendly he was. We even managed to persuade him to go on the bucking bronco that we had hired, and have the most marvellous photo of him on it.