Bradley House

Last year we shot at Bradley house in Maiden Bradley, Warminster. It’s a new venue for us and one which we are particularly thrilled about. Especially now that we are listed as one of their preferred and trusted suppliers. Situated in the rural village of Maiden Bradley,which is about an hour’s drive from our Studio…every where seems to be an hours drive from our Studio! There’s plenty of parking available on site and there’s plenty of addition accommodation available in the village if you need it. There’s a great pub nearby for a splash of Dutch Courage before your big day. Golf and shooting are available in your spare time too.

Bradley House is a beautiful Gothic mansion which is over 300 years old and has a unique charm of it’s own. Many of the rooms are wooden panelled with original fittings and heraldry in display. With great grounds for romantic shots in the evening light and there’s a church literally next door, which is a short walk away. This is great for service options, Civil or Church are available. Or even both if you fancy a blessing to compliment an earlier Civil. John is the Vicar, a really nice and friendly guy who just loved the fact that we don’t use a flash gun. So he’s cool with us shooting great photographs during your service. There’s great spots for group photos, the outside is just perfect…and the stunning stair case can double up too if the weather is inclement.

Bradley house offers one day hires and a very novel (and popular) three day hire. Where you hire the whole building and grounds for three days, which can accommodate up to 24 adults. This is great for your friends and family to celebrate your wedding day without the travelling hassle…they can come up the day before. Another feature of the Wedding service at Bradley House is that you can bring your own caterers and there’s no corkage fee. David and Kim offer a 1st class service that is tailored to your wedding needs and in our opinion, offers a very unique wedding experience.

We had a great wedding shoot there and we can’t wait until we shoot there again. For more details, please visit John and Kim’s website http://www.bradleyhouse.org or drop them an email info@bradleyhouse.org