Bath Wedding Photographer

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With a plethora of inspiring backdrops so it’s no surprise I love being a Bath wedding photographer.

The gorgeous city of Bath is a popular spot to get married. This amazing city has to be one of the most beautiful here in the UK, with stunning Georgian architecture at every turn, landscaped parklands and intriguing geography. It’s not difficult to lose an afternoon strolling through Bath’s city streets, stopping off at independent boutiques and coffee shops and admiring your pretty surroundings.


You don’t have to travel far to be out in breathtaking British countryside either, with scattered chocolate box villages, breathtaking arable farmland and rolling hills aplenty. 


Some of my absolute favourite Bath wedding venues include Folly Farm, Priston Mill and Wick Farm

“Becky was wonderful from start to finish!”

“We can not recommend her enough!

We initially booked Becky because we wanted a non intuitive, natural photographer which would compliment and embrace the rustic style of wedding we were planning, we were not disappointed! Becky was fantastic on the day, incredibly patient, discrete, positive and FUN!

The are more than delighted with the photographs she delivered were exactly what we hoped for and even better than we ever imagined! She captured the the most subtle moments (along with the biggest) all our guests and the whole essence of the day.

We booked Becky pre Covid and Becky’s communication throughout two postponements was fantastic – very clear, honest and patient. Despite the wedding finally taking place in a mega busy year for all individuals in the wedding industry, Becky still delivered an amazing suite of photographs in less than 4 weeks!

Becky was wonderful and her photos make us beam from ear to ear, what more can you ever hope for!!”

the maid of honour hugs the bride to wish her congratulations

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the couple walk down an aisle while guests throw confetti at their orchardleigh wedding

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the maid of honour looks cries at the wedding speech


the bride's grandfather gives her an emotional hug

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bride looks delighted to see her husband to be at capstone barn in the Cotswolds

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a wedding guests hugs the bride to congratulate her

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the bride and groom laugh as he spins her around the dancefloor, in monochrome


the father of the groom and the bridesmaid wink at each other and laugh


the groom pulls a funny face as his wife wipes away lipstick from his lips


newlyweds dance at elmhay park wedding venue

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the newly-married couple dance together with guests in the background. the bride looks overwhelmingly happy

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guests wave sparklers and hold them up high whilst the newly-weds walk through the aisle they've created


father of the bride cries as he does his speech

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wedding guest looks thrilled to see the bride

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the best man hugs the groom with microphone in hand. Bokeh in the background


wedding guests congratulate the new bride

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bride and groom smiling walking towards the camera with Clifton suspension bridge in the background

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the groomsman holds his friend and they laugh in their flat caps as they await for the bride to arrive at the wedding ceremony


the bride and groom shout with joy as their wedding guests shower them in confetti

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the bride lifts her glass whilst hugging her groom whilst fireworks go off in the background

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the bride and groom hold a knife together as they cut through their 3 tiered wedding cake, the bride laughs and her husband smiles


the bride wipes away a tear while she does her speech

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the bride in window light as her hair stylist curls her hair


a bridesmaid pops a champagne cork


bride and groom throw their arms in the air in joy having just been pronounced husband and wife

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the groom hugs his bride from behind and nuzzles into her neck, she rests her cheek on his and smiles


a couple surrounded by trees, lean in for a kiss on their wedding day

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Wedding Venues in Bath

Priston Mill

One of my all-time favourite wedding venues near Bath, this gorgeous wedding venue on the outskirts of the city has everything you could want for your beautiful, country wedding. With two renovated buildings to choose from, the ancient Watermill or the rustic Tythe Barn, you’ll be spoilt for choice at Priston Mill.


This gorgeous wedding venue sits in the beautifully traditional Somerset village of Priston, whilst it feels a million miles from the buzz of the city, in actual fact it’s only a short 20 minutes to Bath city centre making it the perfect spot for guests to stay and explore in the days around your wedding.


The team at Priston Mill have a wealth of knowledge and experience and are ready, willing and able to provide a fabulous service to you and your guests. They’ll ensure everyone is well fed and watered and everything runs smoothly so you really can sit back, relax and enjoy being surrounded by all those you love.

Folly Farm

Folly Farm is located on a 250 acre nature reserve and has beautiful 18thcentury converted farm buildings with epic countryside views. This environmentally sustainable venue is perfect for anyone wanting to run away for a weekend of nature, peace and adventure.


What makes this wedding venue extra special is that it’s a not-for-profit charity, donating all its proceeds to the Avon Wildlife Trust. This means all profit will be put back into protecting local native species.  Not only will you have an incredible wedding day, you’ll also leave an incredible legacy too!


Set in rural Somerset just south of Bath this awesome venue has views over Chew Valley Lake and the Mendip Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Surrounded by ancient woodland, there really is something special about this wild and wonderful place.


Wick Farm

Wick Farm is a medieval farm with a history dating back to 1372! If you’re looking for a gorgeous Barn wedding venue, with traditional Bath architecture in a rural location, Wick Farm is well worth a look.

It has a chocolate box cottage, with stone walls, moss covered rooftiles and an arched entrance door with a pretty pink rose climbing up and around – the perfect backdrop for some gorgeous wedding portraits after you’ve tied the knot!

The barn where the ceremony and reception is held has bags of character with stone walls and exposed timber beams. There are gorgeous landscaped gardens for reception drinks and if you’re really wanting to embrace farm life you don’t have to go too far to find some four-legged friends!

This beautiful venue really is a stunning spot for a rural wedding escape.

Bath City and Surrounding Areas

Bath is one of my absolutely favourite places to spend time, especially if I’m in the mood for a bit of culture. What I love about Bath is how easy it is to simply lose a day exploring the city. I never fail to find new and quirky spots every time I’m there. I recently discovered Prior Park Landscape Garden, a real gem on the south side of the city, with stunning views over Bath. 


On one of our first ever dates, my husband took me to see the band Daughter at The Komedia in central Bath, which was really something. I recently saw Vikki Stone drool over Philip Schofield there too, I’m not sure I’ve ever laughed so hard, especially as I’ve a soft spot for Schofield myself! 


Some friends recently introduced us to the Skyline walk in Bath, which was very popular with my cocker spaniel, Ted! This 6-mile walk through woods and farmland high above the city has insanely good views and is well worth an afternoon of your time.  


There’s no doubt that if you’ve not been before, a trip to the Thermae Spa is also a must-do. The open-air rooftop pool has epic views over the city and across the Somerset countryside, it’s a lovely way to lose an evening with someone you love.


If you’ve not yet read my about me page then you won’t yet know that before I became a wedding photographer I was actually a nurse. Bath has an extra special place in my heart because it’s where I did my nurse training. My very first practice placement took place at the Mineral Hospital in the centre of Bath. I remember parking in Victoria Park every morning and wondering through the landscaped gardens, gazing out over The Royal Crescent before strolling through the pretty Georgian streets and heading into work each day. A walk which really cemented the love I have for this gorgeous city.

Photography in and around Bath

a romantic black and white photograph of the newly-weds looking into each other eyes in front of a stone wall and foliage

With its pretty Georgian architecture, landscaped parklands and bountiful surrounding countryside, I feel totally inspired as a Bath wedding photographer. There’s never a shortage of interesting, varied  backdrops and Bath boasts plenty of wonderfully informal, rustic wedding venues too. There’s no wonder I’m happy at work when shooting a Bath wedding.

Becky Weir – Bath Wedding Photographer

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