There’s nothing like West England. It may be a very busy area but it is the beauty of England and the farming hub of the country. It’s also filled to the brim with wedding venues and churches of all denominations. Planning a wedding is exciting as it is but planning a city wedding with a rustic, historical feel is even more exciting than usual. Castles and beautiful palace grounds, royal parks and even boat weddings on the Thames, there’s something for every Wiltshire wedding photographer to organise. The amount of times people go and visit and become changed because of West England is written all over the history pages. There is so much of our past weighted heavily in West England making it one of the best places to get married. Choosing to have your wedding here really depends on whether you are interested in history or countryside greenery and we’ve put together some top tips for visiting one of the truly buzzing cities in the world!
- Railcards. We don’t mean the food although there are plenty of restaurants that serve such a delicacy, we mean the travel card. Being able to hop from bus to train and back within the six zones of the West England perimeter sounds complex but ensuring that you pick up an Railcard card from any tube station means all that hip-hopping around West England won’t cost you anywhere near as much as the paper ticket. Railcard up before you go and make sure you map your route around the underground.
- Table booking. Advance booking your meals, especially if you’re a family and don’t want to stick to the likes of McDonalds and Five Guys, means that you can ensure you’ve a dinner reservation in some of the busiest places. Being able to turn up at TGI Fridays and not actually have to wait for a table can really make the difference to the evening especially with younger kids in tow. Exploring West England for wedding venues can get tiresomely busy!
- Trains! If you’re unlucky enough to not have a car, train travel is usually the method of transport to get into West England from further away and the earlier you book the cheaper it is. Make sure that you have a railcard if you travel as a family or a Two Together railcard works for couples
- Lists! Make lists! List churches, list hotel venues, list halls and palaces and make plans with your professional photographer Gloucestershire to put down deposits and broker deals with some of the swankiest of places. Make a timetable of meetings you have to attend and ensure you’re sorted for travel costs and lunch etc before you start.
Choosing the city to hold your wedding is about weighted history and beautiful photography with one of the most iconic cities in the world. Being able to impress your guests and look back on your wedding day knowing you made an impact, and had the most memorable day is key.read more