Getting married in Bath?
My wife and I fell in love with the idea of living in Bath when we were looking to relocate back to England having lived in New York City for 13 years. My wife is from Burlington Vermont so the scenic countryside combined with her love of Jane Austen was a winning combination and we have loved living here since 2012.
The South West of England is home to some of the most scenic countryside, impressive coastlines and historic towns and cities in the country, making it a great choice for weddings and If you’re planning a cool city wedding, what could be better than getting married in one of Bath’s Historic Venues?
The world famous Roman Baths
I love shooting at this venue, saying your vows by the water at sunset, followed by a champagne reception by torchlight is something pretty special!
The Holburne Musuem
The Holburne Museum is a beautiful and unique location for any wedding. Its Set at the head of one England’s most famous roads, Great Pulteney Street and surrounded by the wonderful Sydney Gardens, the Holburne makes for a truly breathtaking and quirky venue for your big day.
Just across the road from the Roman Baths is the Guildhall, a Grade I listed Georgian building. There’s a registry office in the Guildhall so you can have your ceremony there, followed by a reception in there mega bling bling Banqueting Rooms!
The Assembly Rooms is one of Bath’s most prestigious venues and has been at the heart of the city’s social life since the 18th century. Featuring numerous times in Jane Austen’s novels, particularly Northanger Abbey and Persuasion, and in some of Charles Dickens’ works, this really is a special place to get married, and is a true testament to Bath as a wedding destination.