Wedding Photography in Bourne
Bourne is a small, historic market town in the South Kesteven district of Lincolnshire, a county renowned for its waterways, open spaces, parks and woodland. This makes Bourne a great place to explore on foot or by bike, perfect for those who adore an active lifestyle. Originally built on a Roman road, now known as King Street, it takes its name from the Anglo Saxon meaning for water or stream.
At the present time, Bourne is a great market town bursting with many things to do, these include a leisure centre, outdoor swimming pool, snooker and sports bar, restaurants, gyms, public houses, a full equipped theatre, and a good range of shops and businesses.
Bourne is blessed with many green, open spaces that provide a useful setting for a variety of activities and relaxation, what a great place to have wedding photos taken with all this wonderful, open space. It also has a large park to which is packed with trees, waterways and some intriguing historic buildings, including the old stone park keepers cottage which sits in the heart of the park. Another of Bourne’s hidden gems are the extensive Bourne Woods; but the best time to visit is in the spring when the bluebells are in full bloom. To add to this, Bourne has some amazing buildings within the town centre too. Especially the 12th century church of St Peter and St Paul, locally known as Bourne Abbey, perfect for a wedding ceremony. There are 71 listed buildings in Bourne – a town steeped in character dating back to before doomsday!
From our experience as wedding photographers, we can assure you that Bourne is definitely a town to consider for those wanting a stunning area for their wedding. It has it all; from ancient woodlands to beautiful watersides you can find it all within the very pleasing back drop to this town. If you’re researching wedding venues and locations then we hope that you consider wedding venues in Bourne as we really do love wedding photography in Bourne!