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Maunsel House Wedding : Previews

Posted on the 11 September 2017 by Belinda Mccarthy @b_mccarthyphoto

What a delight to be back as a Maunsel House wedding photographer for this lovely August wedding day! I always think of Maunsel House as the original 'party destination' when it comes to wedding celebrations, and this one certainly lived up to expectations in that respect!

Maunsel House in Somerset is a wedding venue I've worked at many times before (and you'll see some of my work already on their wedding gallery), but curiously, I've never shot the wedding breakfast being held outside under the pergola before; so this was a delightful first for me! I've not worked at any wedding venue before that offers this kind of opportunity, so Maunsel House certainly feels unique in what it can offer a wedding couple in this respect. If you're looking for a venue with bags of personality that actually also feels like you can relax and enjoy the surroundings, then this is definitely the place for you.

So going back to this particular wedding day - and I was truly privileged to photograph such a beautiful celebration, for two people who wore their hearts on their sleeves throughout the day. My working day started with photographing the bridal prep in the Kings Room, followed by the lovely outdoor ceremony in the grounds of Maunsel House. Then, after the wedding breakfast under the gorgeous vine covered pergola, we all moved back indoors to the ballroom for some truly epic dance moves - the dancefloor was almost permanently packed!

I'm thrilled to bring you some previews of this lovely wedding day at Maunsel House; I hope you enjoy them and are looking forward to seeing more of the wedding photography from this fabulous celebration in future blogs! And, of course, it goes without saying that the bride; well. she looked truly, fabulously gorgeous. Congratulations to the couple and many wishes for a long and wonderful life together!

Maunsel House Wedding : Preview Images

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