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Priston watermill spring wedding

Priston watermill Bath wedding.

Priston watermill is a stunning wedding venue no matter what time of year you decide to get married. Helen & Callum’s spring wedding kicked off the start of this years wedding season and luckily the weather was clear on the day.

My day started at the venue, I arrived early to capture some pictures of the grounds and details of the room they were due to be married. I had been told that Callum was planning to make a grand entrance so they wanted me to be there in plenty of time for his arrival.

Shortly the sound of an engine was heard and a orange Dodge Charger pulled up on the drive. The car better known as ‘The General Lee’ from the television show ‘The Dukes of Hazard’ got a cheer from guests who had now started to gather outside.

Out stepped the groom and his best man who had a short time to greet his party before going inside to speak to the registrar. The bride arrived not long after, she seemed relaxed talking with her family.

The ceremony was held on the top floor of the watermill. Helen’s seven bridesmaids led the way up the two flights of stairs and then down the aisle.

After the ceremony welcome drinks of pink champagne were served downstairs. The couple had decided to take a short drive in the wedding car for a few minitues alone as newly married husband and wife. On their return guests were outside to welcome them back and confetti was thrown.

Group shots took place on the lawn and as the guests made their way to their seats for the wedding breakfast we snapped a few couple shots whilst the grounds were empty.

Speeches were between main course and pudding. Starting with the father of the bride, the groom then followed by thanking his guests before his best man’s speech. His brother played the role and as you would expect from any sibling speech, he had the crowd laughing and cringing at times.

The evening kicked off with the couple dancing to ‘Lets stay together by Al Green’ and the guests joined in before the song had finished. Everyone was up dancing and the atmosphere was great these guys knew how to party.

If you are getting married at Priston watermill or Tythe barn at Priston mill then please get in contact. Follow this link to see an outdoor summer wedding at Priston mill.


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