There is nothing more beautiful than a couple that is head over heels in love. Last summer, on a sunny June day, I captured the wedding of Charlotte and James. A beautiful wedding at Tortworth Court, south of the Cotswolds. This historic hotel in stunning surroundings is where a centuries-old story meets an exceptionally modern experience.
Charlotte and James’ wedding combined classic elegance and contemporary style making Tortworth Court the perfect choice for these two. The beautiful orangery made a stunning backdrop for the ceremony and the reception and certainly has the wow factor!
Getting to know these two has been a wonderful experience from start to finish. They are such a lovely couple that complement each other perfectly. I felt privileged to capture the beginning of this new chapter for them.
Here is a glimpse into an epic day.
“Kelly! Oh my goodness!! We are looking through our gallery and both in tears! Its amazing you have captured the day so perfectly!!! So many photos I didn’t even notice you take. It feels like we are reliving the day looking at them. We are absolutely over the moon and so so happy we had you as our photographer! Thank you so so much!”
Charlotte & James
Situated just north of Bristol, De Vere Tortworth Court, Wotton Under Edge, is a Grade II* listed hotel is situated on private grounds, set against the stunning backdrop of the picturesque Gloucestershire countryside. The Victorian mansion exudes grandeur and romance making it the perfect setting for a wedding.
Recorded in the Domesday Book, the estate was the ancestral seat of the Ducie family for 350 years. Following a multi-million pound restoration, the manor house now combines 21st-century style with a wealth of original features and fittings.
Visit my blog page to keep up to date with my latest wedding shots at various venues including Quantock Lakes in Nether Stowey, St Audries in West Quantockhead, Kingscote Barn in Tetbury, Elmore Court in Gloucester, Cripps Barn in Bibury, Stanway House near Cheltenham, Tortworth Court near Bristol, Priston Mill in Bath, Dumbleton Hall near Evesham & Tewkesbury, Matara in Kingscote, plus many more.