Capture the memories of your special day with JewelStreet’s top 10 Bristol Wedding Photographers. You’ve got the ring. You’ve got the venue. Now, for the photographer. Please, don’t leave it to a friend or family member (unless you love drunken selfies). Go for a professional. If you’re planning a fairytale Bristol wedding, find your wedding photographer below (quick as a flash).

Sandy McClure massively enjoys his job and you can tell. He loves attending weddings and snapping pictures of the best parts of your day. His style is bright and colourful, with an air of classic timelessness. The last thing Sandy wants is to create wedding pictures that will look outdated when you look back on them. He’s all about the wow factor.

Not only is he a photographer, he is also chief of odd jobs and will come in handy at your wedding for multiple reasons. Need a button sewn on? Sandy’s on it. Need someone to attach your cufflinks? Sandy’s your man. Forgotten your speech? Well, that might be a bit of a stretch, but he’ll come up with something!

Find out more about Love in Focus Wedding Photography here.

Photo by Love in Focus Wedding Photography ©

With nine years in the business, 1,750, 274 wedding photos taken and (only) 417 slices of wedding cake consumed, it’s safe to say Albert Palmer knows what he’s doing. Albert captures the big and small moments of your wedding, from the vows, to the bouquet toss, to the pageboy dancing with the flower girl.

Albert takes pictures that create a visual story. He blends into your wedding day, documenting the moments you might have forgotten or missed. His pictures in nature are especially beautiful, always making sure the natural light and textures from the outside compliment you perfectly.

Find out more about Albert Palmer Photography here.

Photo by Albert Palmer Photography ©

 

Aston Hue Photography know their way around Bristol, having taken wedding photos at almost every Bristol-based venue. Aston Hue pride themselves on being the best in the bizz and knowing the best in the bizz - they are full of handy recommendations for other wedding services. 

Gold Award winner from the Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers, Aston Hue capture the surroundings of the wedding, not just the people. Aston Hue take shots of the wider picture (pardon the pun) and the smaller details that you’d miss if you weren’t close up (sorry, I’ll stop now). From the sparkle of the bride’s shoes, to the unique table settings, they catch every part of the wedding. 

Find out more about Aston Hue Photography here.

Photo by Aston Hue Photography ©

Wright Wedding Photography comprises of dynamic duo and married couple, Chris and Jessica. These two go to extreme lengths to get the perfect shot, from lying in a cow pat, to splitting their trousers climbing a tree. Whatever type of pictures you want, they’re ready and willing to do it. 

Chris and Jessica bring the fun with their photography. While they’re taking photos around the wedding, they also provide everyone’s favourite thing at an event... a photo booth. So while they get the official wedding shots, you can take as many selfies as you like. If you’re looking for the (w)right photographer, look no further than Wright Wedding Photography. 

Find out more about Wright Wedding Photography here.

Photo by Wright Wedding Photography ©

If you’re not a fan of photos and are a bit camera shy, Matt Gutteridge is your man. Much like a spy, Matt blends into the background unseen and unheard… except for the click of his camera. Even then, his equipment is fairly discrete so you can enjoy your day without worrying about having a camera shoved in your face.

Matt Gutteridge has an authentic, fun and real style. He won’t ask you to contort into weird shapes or awkward poses. He definitely won’t ask you to say cheese. He’s there to make your wedding day enjoyable and easy. You have the fun. Leave the rest to him. 

Find out more about Matt Gutteridge Photography here.

Photo by Matt Gutteridge Photography ©

Brad Wakefield’s photography is honest, artistic and full of fun: everything you need on your wedding day. With a natural documentary style, Brad takes unique shots with minimal staging. The last thing you want on your wedding day is to be herded around for shots, but Brad does his work quickly, naturally and flatteringly. 

For the tech-savvy out there, Brad provides drone photography, giving you a bird’s eye view of your venue and the stunning scenery that surrounds it. So while you’re outside enjoying a drink and a dance, Brad is watching from above (in a non-creepy way of course), capturing every aspect of your wedding. 

Find out more about Brad Wakefield Photography here.

Photo by Brad Wakefield Photography ©

Hacker is an alternative photographer, who isn’t afraid to push the boundaries and take it that one step further. His work is distinctive and stands out from the crowd, exploring the edgier side of weddings. His photos tell a story, let your personality shine through and his shoots are elaborate and catered to you.

Stray away from the staged and traditional wedding photos. Hacker’s pictures are quirky, creative and editorial. Whatever your wedding style, he will show off the beauty of your day and give it a Hacker twist.

Find out more about Hacker here.

Photo by Hacker ©

For wedding photos that are natural, light and stylish, you need Ellie Lou Photography. Her photography style is relaxed and she uses natural lighting to create soft images that don’t need any retouching. If however you do need retouching, she is able to do that too!

Having lived by the coast for several years, Ellie Lou thrives in an outdoor setting, using the scenery around her to make you look luminous and radiant. If you’re having a countryside or beach wedding, Ellie Lou is the one to take your photos.

Find out more about Ellie Lou Photography here.

Photo by Ellie Lou Photography ©

Neil Atkinson has been a photographer for over 30 years so if you want an expert, you’re looking at the right person. Neil has an artistic eye for detail and captures genuine emotion and unscripted moments. 

He may have his own signature style, but Neil understands that every wedding and every couple is different. He caters his style to you and won’t make you stand around for hours to get the perfect shot. Neil Atkinson captures every detail you could possibly think of. If you’re a lover of candid shots, then Neil is your number one choice for a wedding photographer.

Find out more about Neil Atkinson Wedding Photography here.

Photo by Neil Atkinson Wedding Photography ©

Adrian Neil, a.k.a The Studio Without Walls, has a strong documentary style which gives a fun behind-the-scenes record of your wedding. Adrian’s photos are a mixture of posed and natural, dramatic and subtle, so your wedding album is full of different styles and shots.

Adrian takes a mix of colourful photos and black and white snapshots. The black and white pics have an old Hollywood style and a vintage vibe, so you feel like you’ve stepped back in time.

Find out more about The Studio Without Walls here.

Photo by The Studio Without Walls ©