“We were absolutely blown away. Every single picture was incredible. The fact that they could literally be in two places at once really made a difference”
Beautiful Wedding Photography
If you’re getting married at this wonderful venue, then welcome to our dedicated Avoncroft page.
Avoncroft Museum is a very special venue for us. We fell in love with Avoncroft the first time we worked there and we eventually chose it as the venue for our own wedding in 2011. We have photographed many weddings there and it’s still one of our favourite venues in Worcestershire.
We’re based in the Midlands and have been photographing weddings since 2007. Our pictures are a fantastic blend of of natural, unstaged images and gorgeous couple portraits, all captured with beautiful light, colour and life.
We don’t stage-manage your day, keep you away from your guests for too long or do endless numbers of group photos. We’re all about photographing the real essence of your wedding with our signature style, passion and attention to detail.
We offer the choice of one photographer or two and photograph weddings big, small and in-between.
A Wealth of History &
Avoncroft is a museum of historic buildings. On a beautifully kept site covering 19 acres, these buildings, such as a toll house, barns, chain shop and of course the iconic windmill, have all been transplanted from their original sites over the course of many years. Avoncroft even features the National UK Telephone Kiosk collection!
All are brimming with history and texture and are easily accessible. Avoncroft has long been a favourite venue of ours as it provides some of the most unique photo opportunities.
Ceremonies & Reception
Guesten Hall & Mission Church
Avoncroft’s beautiful Guesten Hall is where civil wedding ceremonies take place as well as the meal and evening reception. It’s a relatively new building purpose-built for events, but roof dates from the 14th century and was originally part of Worcester cathedral. It can host up to 120 people for a civil wedding ceremony or 180 for an evening reception.
The Mission Church is a small tin and wood chapel originally from Herefordshire and can be used for blessings and other non-legal wedding ceremonies.
“They put us at ease in front of the camera, and we were thrilled with the end result. They got married at the same venue as us, so could offer tips and insights that we wouldn’t have known about too.”
“Without a shadow of a doubt, Rob and Sarah were one of the best decisions we made when planning the wedding.”