Elegant, sophisticated and oozing old school charm. Turret room, anyone?

Stately homes, mansions, palaces, castles and National Trust pads. Choosing a venue steeped in history ensures that your wedding packs the “wow” factor. I’ve been lucky enough to shoot weddings in eclectic homes in Devon, a National Trust Palace in London, a stunning gothic Castle in the Welsh valleys and so many more.

So much more than just a “mum-pleaser”, a stately home wedding has all sorts to play with. The house itself, the grounds or gardens, some venues even have ooooh-inducing things like secret gardens and mazes! I mean, could it get ANY more romantic? I think not.

Check out some of my historical venue weddings below…

Huntsham Court Wedding – Lucy & Stuart

Yesterday saw the start of my  exciting 2015 wedding season with a most beautiful Huntsham Court Wedding.  Although the weather didn't get the memo to be all Spring like and glorious, there was still plenty of love and laughter at Lucy and Stuart's Huntsham Court...

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Eltham Palace Wedding – Mayo & Lon

I've been lucky enough to capture a beautiful Eltham Palace Wedding and I have to say it's one of my favourite venues. The architecture is fabulous and the golden bathroom is just breathtakingly beautiful! Mayo and Lon told me that it was this that drew them to it, as...

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Buxted Park Hotel Wedding

I have to say I always get a little excited when it comes to a Buxted Park Hotel Wedding, as it never disappoints - it is such a beautiful setting for a wedding.  And when Aimee and James told me of their plans to wed outside on the lawns, I was sun dancing from that...

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I'm a Sussex based wedding photographer, but I love to shoot all over the south east of England and if you're planning a destination wedding, I'm all ears.