Updated: Oct 18, 2019
We thought it would be interesting to put in to words the venues we love to visit in which our photo booths look at their best, staff are great and the whole experience is just a joy!
Its not been an easy task picking these, and in no way does it reflect a dislike for any other venues, just these for us are stand out spots to celebrate your biggest day.
First one on our list is the fabulous SOPLEY MILL
A lovely old mill that sits in a beautiful and peaceful spot. Its a cracking venue set across several floors and never do we attend a wedding there that isn't bursting with fun loving people.
Generally we tend to go to Sopley Mill about 8-10 times a year. We always set up our photo booths in the Boat/Sun room at the end of the ground floor, but the giant letters have been everywhere, from the top to bottom. Thats one of the great things about Sopley, you get a blank canvas to work from, and can pretty much style it as you wish.
We can slip in whilst all your guests are upstairs enjoying the wedding breakfast, so by the time the start to come down, the booth is ready and waiting for action. And we didn't get in anyones way doing it!
A stunning, newly renovated watermill surrounded on both sides by the Avon River with uninterrupted views across the water meadows. Exclusively yours, the Mill provides privacy and flexibility for you to create your own unique wedding.
We want Sopley Mill to be a blank canvas for you to create your own perfect wedding. We will provide the stunning views, beautiful historic building and the privacy that is hard to find in other local wedding venues. You can use the photographers whose style you like, the florist you know, the wedding planner you trust, the decorations you have longed for and the caterers you want from our extensive list. With weddings at the Mill, each special day is unique and individual. What you do with Sopley Mill is completely up to you.
For all you need to know on the venue just visit their website at www.sopleymill.co.uk
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