I know I’m biased when it comes to the first thing I would consider however your wedding photographs are so important, there are some incredible venues around Somerset for wedding photography but it’s not always the most exuberant of places, some of the quiet little venues can also be stunning for your wedding photographs, I’ve photographed weddings in some beautiful little venues where there was also a lot of character, it’s about you and your partners personality too!

Once you’ve have the right spot, all the rest of those wedding day details (colour, style, decor etc.) should fall into place. What should you look for in your reception site (aside from that sense of rightness you know you’ll have the moment you see the perfect spot)? Keep these helpful hints top in mind.

A Roomy Fit

It sounds obvious (because it is) but make sure the room is large enough to accommodate the number of people on your guest list. The space may look enormous when it’s empty, but wedding essentials — tables, chairs, a buffet, a bar, the band or DJ setup, the dance floor — can take up a lot of space. Not to mention your guests will need some elbow room. Even if you choose an outdoor site, you’ll need ample room on the lawn, in the arboretum, or poolside. The best way to assess the size of a site? Ask to take a peek of the space when another wedding (with an equivalent guest list size) is all set up. Of course, if you decide you must have your wedding at your favourite bar (the one with one bathroom, two booths, and three feet of floor space), you can always work backward and tailor your guest list to match.

Wow, there are some stunning venues for your wedding photographer in bath near us, just check them out! Here a few of my favourite wedding venues - Somerset Wedding Venue's

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