Time once again, lovely readers, to join me in discovering one of England’s loveliest wedding venues. How Caple Court is in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside and must be one of the most magical places to explore. On your wedding day, there are more quiet corners than you could ever imagine to sneak away for romantic moments and gorgeous photographs of just the two of you: it simply looks blissful to me.
How Caple Court’s website is well worth a visit. Soar over the venue’s rooftops and explore every inch from the sky: it’s wonderful!
Photographer Gemma Williams introduced me to How Caple Court when she submitted Kath and Doug’s vintage-inspired wedding. ” The styling of their wedding was elegant and vintage-inspired, with lace and lavender aplenty. This went perfectly with the rustic backdrop of How Caple Court.” You can see their wedding featured on the English Wedding Blog here: Kath & Doug’s vintage lace wedding at How Caple Court
Kath said, “Gemma knew our venue, How Caple Court, really well, so she knew all the great places to venture to for couple shots! She took us to an old roman amphitheater we didn’t even know existed! Gemma also used features like big oak doors and the features in the grounds to create beautiful backdrops. We love our couple photos, and feel those are the most important snaps.”
Gemma Williams is a West Midlands award-winning wedding photographer. She offers contemporary creative documentary & fine art wedding photography in Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Shropshire and across the UK:
“Our venue was beautiful, but we felt the barn and adjoining marquee where guests may gather for drinks, needed some décor. We added 6ft letter lights spelling out D heart K on the dancefloor, which we hired from Penny Lane Vintage Hire. We added lots of décor with the cut glasses and lace in the main room, but apart from that, we let the wood panelled room speak for itself. In the bar area, we added comfy seating, a vintage bureau I bought from a carboot and had painted by The Moore Collection to act as a sweets table, and a statement table plan. The urns were also brought from the church, to add more décor to the room.”
~ Kath & Doug