Dave & Lauren will tie the knot at Woolacombe Bay in Devon this summer and I’m excited for their wedding day to arrive. For their Bristol engagement photography session, we arranged to meet at Tyntesfield, a 19th century Gothic Revival house with spectacular Victorian gardens and parkland in North Somerset.
I first met this lovely couple on a family photography shoot last year, and was delighted when they got in touch to ask me to be their wedding photographer. It’s always such an honour for me to be asked to do this for a couple on their wedding day.
For their Bristol engagement photography session, we arranged to meet at Tyntesfield, a National Trust 19th century Gothic Revival house with spectacular Victorian gardens and parkland in North Somerset. It was the perfect location for their engagement shoot, as they live nearby in Bristol and love exploring historic National Trust properties at weekends.
With over 540 acres of rolling parkland on the estate, we had lots of opportunities to capture romantic couple portraits as we wandered around beautiful landscaped gardens, large open lawns and a magnificent arboretum of giant trees.
After a relaxing lunch at Tyntesfield, we ventured back into Clifton on the outskirts of Bristol, for some portraits in the summer sunshine. We had time for an outfit change and some photos by the iconic Clifton Suspension bridge where Dave & Lauren were keen on having their photo taken. It was a lovely way to end the day with such a relaxed and down-to-earth couple. Now onto their wedding day in Devon.
An engagement shoot is a great way for us all to get to know each other, ahead of the wedding day. It’s important we build a connection and that you as the couple feel completely at ease and relaxed in front of the camera. This is why I always include an engagement photography shoot within my wedding photography pricing options. You can also check out more of my engagement photography portfolio here. For more information, please get in touch. I’d be delighted to hear from you.