A lovely wedding at the historic Bridge Inn, Topsham in Devon. Amelia and Jay, both real ale drinkers, decided to go for a simple wedding at the lovely Bridge Inn on the edge of Topsham. The ceremony room is really quirky with lots of trinkets decorating the shelves and window ledges. There is also a large wood burner in the room that kept us all nice and warm. The Bridge Inn in Topsham also has a good heritage. It has been in the same family since the late 1900s and is also the first pub the Queen visited.
Although both Amelia & Jay live and work in Saudi Arabia they decided they would like to get married close to Amelia’s home town of Exmouth, Devon. The Bridge Inn was their perfect choice. It was a lovely intimate ceremony. The marriage was watched by close family and friends in the close and warm atmosphere of the Bridge Inn. It was lovely to capture the wedding as it unfolded. There was plenty of laughter and fun and it was great to watch the children take on photographic duties. The wedding was held on the Saturday and Amelia & Jay returned to Saudi Arabia on the Monday night.
I hope you had a great wedding day and a safe return home. It was lovely to be part of your day.
Talk to you soon.
If you are getting married at The Bridge Inn in Topsham, Devon and would like me to provide the wedding photography, please do not hesitate to contact me.