Frome wedding photographer
I am guessing you have landed on this page because you are getting married in Somerset and you are looking for a Frome wedding photographer. Well look no further, my name is Warren from Howell Jones Photography, I am a well established wedding photographer living in Bristol with my wife and two sons. I have been photographing weddings all over the country for over the last ten years and I will travel anywhere if the date is free because photographing a wedding is my passion! I photograph in a documentary style meaning I like to focus on what is happening and capture natural moments rather than posed portraits. If you live locally we can go for a coffee and go over your wedding plans together or we can arrange a Skype call and get to know one another this way.
As your wedding photographer in Frome I will dedicate myself to creatively capturing your wedding day from the minute you start to get ready, right up until the last song of the night. I want to timelessly document the emotion and present you with a beautiful collection of wedding photographs for you both to treasure throughout your lives. So, have a look at some of my favourite photographs from weddings in Somerset and if you feel you would like to get in touch please use any of the contact details below, I would love to hear from you.
A fiercely independent town, Frome is a place renowned for creativity and free thinking. High up in the Mendip Hills of Somerset, from history to culture, architecture and breathtaking vistas, Frome has plenty to offer. Topping lists for the hippest and best place in England, Frome sets its own pace. Steeped in history from its from its days as a centre of cloth making, there are plenty of 17th and 18th Century buildings to see, as well as the tranquil River Frome. A place where craftsmanship and free thinking meets spawning community minded entrepreneurs, there are independent shops, crafts and restaurants galore. Relax with some tea and cake in the Walled Garden at Mells, then wander along to the church and on through the quaint village of Mells. Visit the medieval ruins and moat at Nunney Castle, then the charming gardens and village that surround. Or pop over to the twin towers of Farleigh Hungerford Castle on the banks of the River Frome. Enjoy the spectacle of Longleat House, an Elizabethan Mansion with lots to do and see, from historic furniture, artworks and tapestries to the resplendent formal gardens and surrounding parkland, it is guaranteed to be a great day out. Stroll up the steep cobbled street of Catherine Hill to savour the delights of the independent shops or get a taste of the wild at Longleat safari park, drive through the wolf wood, lion country and lots more. The vibrant markets, predating the Norman conquest are the lifeblood of this original market town. Taking place four times a week, there is every kind of hand made antique or home grown treat to satisfy your desires. From cheese to cakes, pickles, jams, art, jewellery and more (all organic and local) there is lots to explore. Stay in a glamorous Yurt or Shepherd’s Hut for fun and barbecues in the great outdoors, for something a bit more traditional stopover at Lullington House surrounded by the picturesque Somerset countryside. Alternatively, the beautiful Grade 2 listed building of Babington House should be top of the list as a Frome wedding venue, it has the Grade 1 listed Church of St. Margaret close by. Or with it breath taking views, horses and spa treatments, Knoll Hill farm may be the one for you. For the most spectacular accommodation in the area, it has to be the 19th Century Orchardleigh House. A sought after venue with sensational gardens, stunning rooms and an 18 hole golf course, Orchardleigh House has to be one of the finest wedding venues in the whole of Somerset. The house has it’s very own church, St. Mary’s church a few minutes walk away and has been built on a private island hence the name ‘the island church’. It has no electricity and for the wedding ceremony the entire building has to be lit by candle light, even the organ is hand pumped!