Couples looking to celebrate their wedding in Bath sometimes feel spoilt for choice when selecting which of Bath's gorgeous wedding venues to go for. One option is to do what Jim and Rea did, and spread their wedding out across several locations in the city! First up was an apartment in Great Pulteney Street, rented for Rea's early morning bridal preparations.
Immediately after that, it was on to the Roman Baths, where Jim and Rea had booked the sunrise slot for their wedding ceremony, giving them exclusive use of the 2,000-year-old building before it opened up to the day's tourists.
With the flame torches lit up, The Roman Baths looked spectacular, providing an ideal location for portraits of the whole group of guests.....
... the bride and bridesmaids....
... and of course the happy couple.
Coming out of the building onto the street, the guests provided quite a confetti shower!
Next, it was off to Royal Victoria Park, one of Bath's many romantic photo locations. But why walk....
... when you can go by horse and carriage?!
The umbrella wasn't just a photographic prop by the way, it really was chucking it down! Just a minute away from Royal Victoria Park is one of Bath's most iconic pieces of Georgian architecture, the Royal Crescent.
Small groups of onlookers wished Jim and Rea well as they posed for the camera, although not all of them were quite so camera-shy!
Next on the itinerary was the Parade Gardens, which fortunately features a covered portico, providing an intimate backdrop for the group, and some very welcome shelter from the rain.
The final destination was the magnificent hotel at Number.15 Great Pulteney for the wedding feast.
Congratulations to the lovely couple!