Syrencot Wedding Wiltshire Wedding Venue

Rachel and Paul’s Syrencot Wedding | Magical, Breathtaking Wiltshire wedding venue

If you’re on the hunt for a Wiltshire wedding venue like no other, then Rachel and Paul’s Syrencot wedding is definitely for you. In fact, this Salisbury wedding venue is so nice, they married there twice!

No, seriously – Rachel and Paul had two Syrencot weddings, as their original plans were hampered, like so many others, by the pandemic. They chose to have a more intimate Syrencot wedding closer to their initial date, and then have a bigger symbolic Syrencot wedding when everything had opened up again. By that point, they’d also welcomed their beautiful baby girl Nora, so it was especially lovely to revisit their Wiltshire wedding venue with the newest addition there too!

Why this Wiltshire wedding venue is so special

Syrencot is a private country estate spread over acres of rolling Salisbury countryside. Alongside the Georgian manor house where guests can stay, there’s a number of stunning event spaces that make your day unforgettable. 

It’s hands down one of my favourite Wiltshire wedding venues, but what makes a Syrencot wedding so special? Well, this venue is where the outdoors and indoors meet, with historic spaces that have been lovingly restored with this gorgeous harmony in mind. The result is incredibly romantic, wonderfully wild, and totally enchanting.

Getting ready in The Billiard Room

Rachel and her bridesmaids all got ready in the Billiard Room, a light and airy room with stunningly high vaulted ceilings. They all wore floral robes to get ready, with the colours perfectly matching the decor of the room. Luckily one of Rachel’s bridesmaids is a make-up artist, so it was a super special, relaxed morning of prep!

In the meantime, Paul and his groomsmen were getting ready at a nearby inn, before they arrived at the Wiltshire wedding venue for a glass of whiskey altogether at midday. Then it was time to make their way down to the Glasshouse for the ceremony…

The Glasshouse & Walled Garden

It’s almost impossible to choose, but I think The Glasshouse might just be my favourite bit about a Syrencot wedding. Exactly as it sounds, it’s a glass-walled structure that gives the feel of being outdoors whilst remaining safely undercover at all times (as well as warm – the windows are all fully glazed!) Surrounded by trees and boughs of greenery, but sat under soft white fabric drapes and artistic spherical rose gold light fixtures, the space is pretty damn magical.

This perfectly fitted Rachel and Paul’s wedding aesthetic, which was a wild, romantic style. Rachel had individual flowers placed in her long, tousled half updo, which leant it a fairytale princess kind of vibe. The flowers she and her bridesmaids carried in their bouquets were lovely loose arrangements of wildflowers and greenery, studded with bright pops of blue and purple. Both the bridesmaids and the groomsmen wore blue, too, with the girls in flowing blue dresses and the guys in blue suits and floral ties. 

The walk up to the ceremony space at this Wiltshire wedding venue is also like something out of a fairytale. Upon leaving the Manor House, you walk the perimeter of the walled garden, following the path around the time-worn wiggly walls. Not only is it a beautiful shot for a photo – all that anticipation and excitement! – but it’s also a lovely moment to be able to have with whoever’s walking you down the aisle, where it’s just the two of you and the sound of the trees.

Rachel and Paul chose two readings during their Syrencot wedding ceremony, one by one of their bridesmaids and one by Rachel’s mum. When it came to their turn, they stood up where they were sitting, and read out loud from there, which felt like a really wonderfully intimate moment. (It can also make it easier if you have a reader who’s nervous about public speaking – so they don’t have to do a long walk up to the front, staring out at everyone staring back at them!)  

After the ceremony I lined all the guests up in the garden to perform the confetti throw (for which some guests were exceptionally enthusiastic – in one of the shots, you can see that the guest has accidentally thrown the bag at them too!) Then we took some group shots on the lawn – for their microwedding, we’d taken them in front of the House itself. There’re so many beautiful spots at this Wiltshire wedding venue we were pretty spoiled for choice!

The Farmshed Reception

The ceremony space is a tough act to follow, but the reception space for a Syrencot wedding is equally as stunning. The Farmshed is a luxurious, elegantly renovated barn with exposed timber and polished metal interiors, finished with statement lighting. Each table featured more of the incredible blue and white wild flower arrangements in jars, while the top table had a special tabletop centrepiece. 

After some hilarious speeches it was time to eat, and after the delicious meal I whisked Rachel and Paul away for some romantic couples’ portraits. Together we’d planned the timeline to make the most of the late April sun and to our delight, it worked perfectly, resulting in some stunning Golden Hour portraits (just look at how they glow!). 

Then it was time to get back to their Wiltshire wedding venue and cut the cake. The three tiers were finished off with blue ribbon and blue flowers, but the real finishing touch was the gorgeous Nora in a blue floral babygrow, helping her parents cut the cake! 

Rachel and Paul’s Syrencot wedding oozed love and warmth from start to finish. It truly was a beautiful day in a beautiful venue for two beautiful people – and I was so thrilled to be able to spend it with them, after they’d waited so long.

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If you’re planning a Syrencot wedding and are looking for a relaxed photographer to capture the day authentically, then I’d love to chat. Or maybe you’ve got a different Wiltshire wedding venue in mind – either way, you can get in touch here to tell me all about your plans. I can’t wait to hear them!

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Dress – Rebecca Ingram from Proposals, Witney

Florist – The Derry Hill Florist

Hair – Katie Palmer Head of Hair

Make up – Emma Sykes

Suits – Moss Bro

DJ – DJ Dean John

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Beautiful Micklefield Hall wedding with S’mores Station and romantic garden portraits

Harriet and Matt’s Micklefield Hall wedding was a pleasure to photograph, for so many reasons. As you can see it was visually stunning, but over and above everything else it was full of so. much. fun. It was also an excellent exercise in what to do when the weather isn’t quite as you’d hoped: go with your equally stunning Plan B, and have the best time regardless. Sorted!

Micklefield Hall wedding venue

Micklefield Hall is a dreamy Hertfordshire wedding venue situated in over 350 acres of romantic, rolling countryside. Amongst these acres are a utopia of incredible outdoor spaces, luscious rolling lawns, a bluebell-carpeted woodland, rose gardens, impressive fountains, a temple (as you do!) and a 650 year old oak tree. 

There’s also, of course, the buildings themselves. Up until 2014, weddings and parties took place in the Grade II-listed Georgian Manor House, which was designed by the same architect who did a couple of buildings you might also have heard of: the Bank of England and 10 Downing Street. After a loving, meticulous restoration, the 16th Century Great Barn became the space for events at this Hertfordshire wedding venue, and that’s where Harriet and Matt celebrated their magical day. 

What do you get when you mix all of these elements together? The perfect place to get married and celebrate with your nearest and dearest. (And even though being at Micklefield Hall feels like being immersed in a secret countryside dream, it’s conveniently, deceptively close to London…you can even make out the arch of Wembley Stadium in the distance on a crystal clear day!) 

Modern boho barn wedding

Harriet and Matt went for a modern boho theme for their Micklefield Hall wedding, which went perfectly with the barn venue. They welcomed guests with a hand painted wooden sign on a tall easel and two large milk churns, one of which was atop an upturned crate. The churns were filled with stunning floral arrangements, bursting with romantic peach roses, foliage, gypsophila and blue hydrangea.

When I went to take photos of them getting ready in the morning, I couldn’t believe how well Harriet’s bridesmaids’ dresses matched the shade of the flowers (which I want to call cornflower blue, but I guess I should call hydrangea blue!) I also took a few shots of Matt and his groomsmen getting ready, and they definitely had an eye for detail too: under the collar of Matt’s blazer, he’d had their initials and the date embroidered. (They also had a charcuterie board and whiskey, so it was a very classy start to the day!) 

By contrast, Harriet’s bouquet was mostly white, with tiny studs of blue here and there. Green and white wreaths also hung on each side wall with their exposed beams, and boughs of greenery hung from the ceiling. 

Romantic English garden portraits

After the ceremony we gathered all the guests in the garden, lining the path for a confetti shot. Thanks to a magical combination of the confetti Harriet and Matt had bought – huge, brightly coloured petals which stood out brilliantly – and their loved ones’ enthusiasm for chucking stuff at them, the results were epic! 

Guests then made their way into the marquee for drinks, whilst we took some group shots against the rolling hills. Armed with an umbrella for the incoming drizzle, I then took the newlyweds for a stroll in the gardens for some quick couples’ portraits.

As I mentioned above – there are so many stunning outdoor spots at Micklefield Hall that we could have stayed out there all day (but we didn’t, don’t worry – I love couples’ shots as much as the next person, but I also love capturing photos of you both living it up on the dance floor.) We took photos in front of the bright blue door of the Manor House and in the stunning rose gardens, as well as around the temple.

The temple is a super romantic spot at the end of the rose gardens, perched at the top of a stone staircase leading down to a pond. It doesn’t just look romantic, either – it was built as a birthday gift by the previous owner of Micklefield Hall for his beloved wife! Harriet and Matt originally wanted to get married in the temple, with their guests seated on either bank of the pond. As the weather had other plans, we made sure to get photos there to make it a part of the day. 

A S’mores dessert bar

During the drinks reception the Micklefield Hall team had turned the barn around so that it now housed round tables decorated with more beautiful peach and blue floral arrangements. Upon them all sitting down, Harriet welcomed everyone, before her Dad and Matt did their speech. After the main course, their Best Man and Maid of Honour also did a speech – then, it was time for the dessert bar to open!

Yep, you read that right: Harriet and Matt had a dessert bar. Genius, right? Instead of a cake, they had a table full of goodies to make S’mores, which guests could then toast in the open fire. 

Alongside the obligatory marshmallows and chocolate were digestives, rich tea biscuits and Lotus biscuits, for a real UK spin on an American classic. They went down a treat!

Harriet and Matt officially opened the dance floor with their first dance, and the evening was well and truly in full swing! The dance floor briefly emptied when we asked everyone out to do a sparkler photo in the dark night sky, but otherwise Harriet, Matt and their loved ones partied away until late. It was an amazing end to an amazing day – thank you for having me, guys!

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If you’re getting married at Micklefield Hall or another magical Hertfordshire wedding venue and are looking for someone to capture it in all of its glory, I’d love to chat to you – you can get in touch here

Micklefield Hall wedding suppliers

Venue: Micklefield Hall 

Videography: Momento Media 

Caterers: Kalm Kitchen 

Florist: Andrew Fleming 

Hair and makeup: Charlotte George

Band: Central Avenue

Micklefield Hall FAQ

How much does it cost to get married at Micklefield Hall.

Wedding prices for Micklefield Hall range from £5,000 to £12,000 depending on the day and season of your wedding. The prices are for exclusive use of the venue.

How many guests can Micklefield Hall host?

Micklefield Hall has a civil licence for up to 200 people in The Barn or outside in the gardens.

Is there accommodation at Micklefield Hall?

There are 6 bedrooms available at Micklefield Hall to book for the evening of your wedding.

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Luxury Wedding Venue Tylney Hall | Charlotte and Abdul’s fairytale wedding day with Lebanese Zaffa Band

Charlotte and Abdul’s wedding was like a modern-day fairytale. Their church ceremony and reception, which took place at one of the most beautiful luxury wedding venues in Hampshire, Tylney Hall, were elegant and emotional, whilst being loads of fun too: how can it not be, when you have a Lebanese Zaffa band?!

Getting ready

Charlotte, her mum, Maid of Honour and two bridesmaids started the day off at home, where they were getting ready. They spent the morning having their hair and make-up done and sipping champagne before the big moment when Charlotte put her dress on. She’d chosen a beautifully structured Jesus Peiro design from Miss Bush Bridal with a high neck and full skirt, which she wore with a bejewelled headpiece and double layer veil. 

Abdul got ready with his Best Men at a hotel a few miles away. To complete his three-piece blue suit he wore a white tie, a collector’s watch, and cufflinks engraved with his and Charlotte’s initials and their wedding year in Roman numerals. His wedding ring also bore an inscription of their wedding date on the inside of the band. (It’s details like this that make booking a second shooter such a good idea, because it means you can get photos at both locations at the same time. But don’t worry, this isn’t yet another organisational thing to add to your wedding to-do list; your wedding photographer will sort it all out as soon as you’ve given the word!)

A stunning Catholic church ceremony

Charlotte and Abdul chose to have a Catholic ceremony at the St Joan of Arc Church in Farnham. Before we’d even stepped foot inside, the wedding felt totally magical and surreal, as beyond the fence loads of school kids were lined up, pressing their faces closer to have a look (some of the teachers were even peeking, too)! Charlotte and her dad arrived in a vintage Rolls Royce and with that, the ceremony could begin. 

Once Charlotte and Abdul had been pronounced husband and wife we lined all of the guests up in the grounds for a confetti shot. We also took some photos with the guest of honour, Charlotte’s Grandad, who wouldn’t be able to make the whole wedding. He looked incredibly dapper in his three piece suit and even borrowed Charlotte’s dad’s top hat for some of the photos!

Fairytale wedding reception

After the ceremony, the newlyweds got back into the Rolls Royce to travel to the reception. Hampshire is home to so many incredible luxury wedding venues and Tylney Hall is truly one of the most romantic. 

Sitting at the centre of 66 acres of glorious parkland in Hook, luxury wedding venue Tylney Hall itself is a Grade II listed mansion house which radiates old world charm. The drinks reception took place on the outside terrace, where a saxophonist played as guests mingled, hugged, sipped and nibbled on the delicious looking canapés. In the adjacent gardens we took some group photos, and I momentarily whisked Charlotte and Abdul away for some photos around the grounds, too. The imposing, impressive glamour of the venue and the grounds meant there were plenty of grand, historic backdrops to make the most of, and the dappled sunlight through the trees was the perfect finishing touch! 

As well as stunning grounds this luxury wedding venue has a number of stunning reception rooms and Charlotte and Abdul had chosen the Chestnut Suite, a grand space with high vaulted ceilings and a feature fireplace. They’d kept the decorations simple, with an elegant colour palette of white and light green to compliment the metallic champagne features in the room. 

Each table was decorated by the romantic flicker of taillights, as well as with a sophisticated light green and white floral arrangement. The top table stood in front of the fireplace, which was decorated with a sweeping bough of greenery studded with white roses. To contrast the crisp white tablecloths at the other tables, the top table was covered in a metallic champagne lace. 

To welcome their loved ones into the reception room, Charlotte, Abdul and their parents formed the receiving line, which guests made their way down before entering the room.

Lebanese Zaffa 

After that, it was time for the bride and groom to enter – which they did in serious style. To pay homage to Abdul’s heritage, he and Charlotte had arranged a Zaffa: a traditional element to any Lebanese wedding. During the Zaffa, a band of dancers and drummers escorted them into the room, and led them to the dance floor where they showed off their skills (Abdul even had a go on the drums!) During the folkloric Lebanese songs, everyone is invited to join them there on the dance floor for a super fun, super high energy 20 minutes. 

After the speeches and the meal, we went for another walk around the luxury wedding venue grounds, this time venturing a bit further to the picturesque stream and stone bridge that crosses it, as well as the immaculate walled gardens. Back inside, once the cake was cut, it was time for Abdul and Charlotte’s (second) first dance. Charlotte’s dress filled the floor as they twirled, surrounded by all their loved ones but totally lost in each other: it was a really, really special moment.

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Perhaps you’re also planning a Tylney Hall wedding, or maybe you’ve got another luxury wedding venue in mind. If you’re planning a romantic luxury wedding venue and are looking for a photographer who can capture your day authentically, then I’d love to hear from you! Please do get in touch here to tell me all about your plans so far, and we can see how we can make some magic together.

With thanks to:

Luxury Wedding Venue: Tylney Hall: 

Dress: Jesus Peiro/Miss Bush: 

Hair and Make Up: Caitlin: 

DJ Tommy: 

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A newlywed couple stands lovingly together on a street in Chelsea, with a vintage cream-colored taxi adorned with a floral garland parked beside them. The bride, clad in a white lace top wedding gown with a flowing skirt, holds a bouquet of pink and white flowers, while the groom wears a sharp blue suit. They gaze into each other’s eyes, smiling, against the backdrop of a pale blue townhouse with white-framed windows, embodying the charm of the London neighborhood.

A Great Iconic Chelsea Wedding Venue and Home Reception for Stella and Michael’s Intimate Summer Wedding

Back in the summer of 2021, Stella and Michael got in touch to ask if I was free to be the London wedding photographer for their microwedding. Of course I jumped at the chance and had the best time photographing the day across their two Chelsea wedding venues.

Chelsea Wedding Venue

Stella and Michael’s wedding took place across two Chelsea wedding venues, the first of which was Chelsea Old Town Hall. Chelsea Old Town Hall is right in the heart of the iconic area and as such has been home to many famous weddings, including Hugh Grant, Piece Brosnan, Judy Garland and Wallis Sinpson, to name a few!

This iconic Chelsea wedding venue has a central location on the King’s Road, and it was so much fun to drive there with Stella and her mum in the wedding taxi. Their faces were beaming inside the vintage car, and everyone who we drove past beamed back at the glimpse they got of Stella’s wedding dress. (This is why I love being a London wedding photographer – the incredible buzz of the city, always.)

If you’re looking for a Chelsea wedding venue with lots of choice for your ceremony space, then I’d definitely recommend the Old Town Hall. There are loads of rooms within the Grade II listed building, all bursting with grandeur and charm. Stella and Michael’s ceremony took place in the Brydon Room, an intimate but airy space finished with crystal chandeliers and dark wooden features. And as their guests exited the building after the ceremony, they made sure to grab some confetti to prepare for what was to come…

Confetti shot on the steps

Of course there are a thousand and one reasons you might want to marry at this incredible Chelsea wedding venue, but a big one is probably this: getting a photo on the iconic steps leading out of the building. It’s an instantly recognisable spot! For this reason, we chose it as the setting for the confetti shot, then gathered everyone in front of the double doors and bright floral arch for a group shot amongst all the petals. Of course, we also took a few portraits of Stella and Michael there too!

Then it was time to head to the reception. Stella, Michael and I hopped into the white cab (yep, I got to go too – perks of being a London wedding photographer) and set off, grinning at and waving to all their guests on the pavements. Some of their friends even started to run after the taxi as it pulled away…the things we do for the perfect shot, hey?!

A reception at home

Stella and Michael’s second Chelsea wedding venue wasn’t a venue, as such: it was their home. With the ceremony finishing around 2.30pm they’d asked guests to arrive around 3.30pm, giving them a bit of time to take a breath and let it sink in (or at least, start to!) 

They were greeted at their front door by a waiter with glasses of bubbly for them both and as people began to trickle in, canapés started circling too. I thought this was a great idea, getting private chefs and catering into your own kitchen – it just meant Stella, Michael and their loved ones could fully relax (it looked delicious, too – big up the Zara’s Kitchen team.) 

Stella and Michael had big bifold doors leading out onto their patio, so there was a lovely open and airy space for guests to mill about, catch up, drink and eat. Especially as some late sun came out to play, it was pretty much the perfect summer’s afternoon. What could be better?

Well, as it turned out: all that was missing was some gentle teasing. The Maid of Honour, Best Man and Michael did brilliant speeches, which were all both heartfelt and hilarious – all you need to know is that Michael had written his speech in a notebook, and that notebook ended up covering his face in embarrassment when the Best Man was telling a particular story during his speech…

Then it was time to cut the cake. In the space under the stairs stood Stella and Michael’s stunning three tier cake, decorated with more of the incredible oversized flowers and dusky pink roses that had formed Stella’s bouquet. 

On the table they also had a Polaroid station where guests were encouraged to take photos throughout the day so that Stella and Michael had extra memories to look back on. This is another super cute idea from their day, and a perfect example of why I loved shooting this Chelsea wedding: because it showed that intimate weddings or micro weddings don’t have to be any less luxurious, detailed, or meaningful. Just because there’s a smaller guest list doesn’t mean it has to be less fun!

London wedding photographer 

If you’re planning a (micro)wedding and are in need of a London wedding photographer to capture your love and joy authentically, then I’d love to chat. Whether you’ve booked a Chelsea wedding venue – perhaps Chelsea Old Town Hall (I’d be very surprised if you’d managed to book Stella and Michael’s home!) – or somewhere else in the capital, you can tell me all about your plans by getting in touch here. I can’t wait to hear what you’ve got up your sleeves!

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Venue: Chelsea Old Town Hall

Dress designer: Suzanne Neville

Florist: Calluna

Hair and Makeup: Hanna Wildman

Food: Zara’s kitchen

Cake: Cakes by Robin

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A close-up black and white photo focusing on the mid-section of a bride and groom on their wedding day. The bride is turned slightly away, showcasing the back of her elegant, form-fitting white gown with a large bow detail. The groom's hand gently rests on her waist, with a part of his suit and white wedding candle in the frame, set against a natural, leafy backdrop.

Stunning Wedding at The Old Rectory Berkshire | Danielle + George

The Old Rectory Berkshire

Danielle and George chose to get married at The Old Rectory in March of last year. This venue is a historic 17th Century stunning country house with beautiful grounds, located in the royal county of Berkshire. The Old Rectory is a sight to behold and provides you and your guests with an idyllic setting in which to create your perfect wedding day. It truly is a hidden gem.

This beautiful venue has undergone nearly four years of renovations, bringing it into the 21st century while maintaining some of that gorgeous character. I joined Danielle in the charming courtyard lodge for bridal preparations which was super chilled which is always a winner. Upon seeing Danielle I suddenly got a flash back to the engagement session we did back in August 2020 instantly I remembered how much fun both Danielle and George where and felt like a friend feather than a random with a camera.

If you would like to see photos from there Hampstead Heath engagement session please follow the link here! Whilst the girls where getting pampered and done up George was with getting ready at his parents house. Being big football fans the banter was top notch. Before we knew it the time had come to start to make are way to the venue for the ceremony. I left George with my second photographer to capture guests meeting and greeting whilst I whisked Danielle up stairs for a father and daughter first look.

I don’t need to say how beautiful Danielle looked the photos speak for themselves, but I do urge my couples if you have the time and space to do a first look then do, it can be very emotional mind but 100% worth it. As you can see from Danielle and her dad it was a very emotive moment between them. Just before this I did a few portraits of Danielle in her dress and I just love a dress which is different from the norm and Danielle’s Eva Lendel dress didn’t disappoint.


Superb Gala Hall

As all the guest made their way to find a seat in the Gala Hall I saw a slightly nervous George as the anticipation of seeing his wife to be walk up the aisle was building. When Danielle did finally make her way up the aisle George’s face lit up and he probably won’t want me saying this but he started to tear up the closer she got. Don’t worry George this just proves how much you love Danielle!

The ceremony was short but very sweet with both Danielle and George Reading their own written vows to each other and just like that they were married! We quickly headed outside before the rain to do a confetti shot which is always a highlight of the day, I just love seeing couples faces as they get ambushed by handfuls of confetti.

Rainy days

With the rain threatening all day I wanted to take Danielle and George off for some portraits around the grounds before the gods opened up a downpour. Danielle and George are one of those couples which just love being in each other’s presence. Throughout the day I kept seeing them get pulled apart to talk to different people only to see them gravitate towards each other 5 minutes later and be together again.

When I meet couples with such a strong connection it really makes me smile as it’s a pleasure to watch and photograph. After some photos of just them we headed back into the orangery for speeches. Speeches was full of fun and football banter but also some really sweet from the heart moments from both Danielle and George.

The evening caught up with us and what seemed like 5 minutes everyone was on the dance floor pulling shapes and epic dance moves into the late evening hours. Also great to capture these moments especially when people have had a few shandies or two.

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Danielle’s & George’s wedding at The Old Rectory was one rich in happiness and laughter. It was one of those weddings that at the end of the night your cheeks hurt due to smiling and laughing so much. Weddings are moments in life that are full of so many emotions – all based around a positive vibe and family. I really did have an incredible time and I thank them both for allowing me to be their photographer. Being a wedding photographer the best job in the world. I wouldn’t change it for a thing!

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Venue: The Old Rectory Berkshire

Photographer: Philip Quinnell Photography

Flowers: The Garden Room Flower Co

Band: Anthem

Dress: Eva Lendel

Bridal Dress Shop: Love Bridal

Bridesmaids Dresses: David’s Bridal

Grooms Suit: Suit Supply

Groomsmen Suits: Moss Bross

Hair & Makeup: Kristina Gasperas

Cake: Verity Rose Cake Design

Caterer (day): Fingers and Forks

Caterer (evening): Smokin’ Street Food

In love with this The Old Rectory Berkshire wedding? Want to see more from this Berkshire wedding photographer? Check out this page to find out more about the photographer, and links to many other stunning blogs like the one at The Old Rectory Berkshire.

I hope you enjoyed my work at The Old Rectory Berkshire. If you are planning to get married at The Old Rectory Berkshire and are looking for some wedding photography in Berkshire or any of the surrounding home counties, please don’t hesitate to reach out to discuss your special day!

How about you?

Getting married in 2023 or beyond? If you liked this post please don’t hesitate to get in touch as I would love to talk about your special day! Getting married abroad? I would love to travel abroad to capture more beautiful weddings with amazing backdrops so if your an adventurous couple looking to get hitched abroad please get in touch as I  love to travel and get some more destination weddings under my belt! Get in touch here.

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