Walton Castle Wedding Photography

We love taking castle wedding photographs. As you can see our recent Walton Castle wedding photography was no different.

The weather forecast was wrong again! Gone were the heavy showers the dark clouds. This Walton Castle wedding photography was blessed with glorious Bristol sunshine.

Photography of Morning Preparations

We started the day at Walton Castle wedding venue. The deep red/ green Virginia creeper coated the walls. The gorgeous natural stone and cobbles added to the detailing. The azure blue sky and bright sunlight made for a sensory delight. Perfect for conditions for some beautiful wedding photography.

In her Walton Castle penthouse, Emily prepared for the day ahead. Friends and family buzzed about the place. With make-up applied, hair styled and wedding dress donned she looked stunning.

Photograph of brides wedding shoes
wedding make-up styling at Walton Castle

Cadbury House Wedding Ceremony Photographs

Emily arrived at the ceremony at Hilton’s Doubletree Cadbury House in a lovely old Austin Six.

Emily and Tom arranged a spectacular wedding day, all the way from Australia. This Walton Castle wedding photography shows how beautiful it was.

A heartfelt wedding ceremony occurred at Hilton’s Doubletree Cadbury House. We saw Tom and Emily come together in front of family and friends from around the world.

Wedding Photographers at Hilton's Double tree Cadbury House

Wedding photograph of page boy and flower girl

Walton Castle Wedding Reception

Back at Walton Castle, the talented circus performers greeted guests. They entertained with their skills and even a little fire! The wedding guests enjoyed the sunshine joining in with the circus skills themselves. It’s the first time we have seen wedding guests stilt walking, plate spinning and juggling.

The call for wedding breakfast sounded. During the wedding speeches, the muppet theme tune filled the room. Much to everyone’s amusement in came the most amazing muppet wedding cake.

From then on in the music played and the guests danced the night away. Finally, Chinese lanterns were lit and sailed up into the night air

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