Birtsmorton Court Wedding Photography
A Romantic and elegant Worcestershire wedding venue. Birtsmorton Court really does have the wow factor.
Birstmorton Court, is an exclusive hire, medieval manor house, that sits in acres of beautiful grounds and is fully surrounded by a moat. Imagine mingling with your guests, as they enjoy their drinks on the sunny terrace that overlooks the moats waters. Birtsmorton has lots of choice for where to hold your ceremony. If you’re thinking about having a traditional church ceremony, there is the parish church on site, just a short stroll from the manor house. In the warmer months you can have an outdoor ceremony, in the stunning White Garden, amongst an abundance of white roses and topiary. There’s a secret maze entrance and a picturesque water feature. If you’re getting married at a cooler time of year, you have a choice of the contemporary Garden Room, with it’s canopy of fairy lights to the more traditional Great Hall, which dates back to the 15th century.
Your wedding breakfast takes place in the light and bright marquee that adjoins the Garden Room. It accommodates 160 and is a perfect blank canvas for you to put your stamp on. Birtsmorton Court has accommodation on site. There’s a luxurious Bridal Suite with a four poster bed, as well as The Garden House, which can sleep 10 and Park Lodge, that has two bedrooms.
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There are so many beautiful locations for your wedding photography at Birtsmorton Court. Take a stroll through the grounds to the kissing bridge, explore the White Garden and just take a little time out to be yourselves and enjoy being together.
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Jo Hastings is a Birmingham Wedding Photographer, offering creative, relaxed, natural wedding photography in the West Midlands, Warwickshire, Staffordshire, Worcestershire, Shropshire, Cotswolds and throughout the UK. She is also sought after for her natural, colourful family photography.
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