As a wedding photographer I am constantly in awe of the beauty and grandeur of Loseley House. From the moment I drive along the winding driveway, surrounded by vast parkland, I know I am about to capture something truly special. The sight of the Elizabethan Mansion, standing proudly amidst well-kept lawns, takes my breath away every time.
What makes Loseley House so captivating is its rich history, spanning over 500 years. It’s a place where every corner holds a story, and I feel privileged to be able to document new chapters being written on couples’ wedding days. The timeless charm and character of this privately owned estate provide the perfect backdrop for creating unforgettable memories.
One of my favorite spaces at Loseley House is the 17th Century Tithe Barn. Stepping inside, I am greeted by the warmth of ancient oak beams and a neutral color scheme that allows the couple’s unique style to shine. The barn’s versatility is unmatched, accommodating up to 140 guests or even larger celebrations with the addition of marquees. Whether it’s a ceremony or a reception, the Tithe Barn offers an intimate yet grand atmosphere that enhances the magic of the day.
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The panelled Great Hall and the elegant Drawing Room are equally enchanting. The Great Hall, with its regal ambiance, serves as a magnificent backdrop for civil ceremonies, while the Drawing Room exudes a refined elegance that lends itself beautifully to intimate gatherings. The combination of history and sophistication in these spaces makes them a photographer’s dream.
But it is the three-acre walled garden that truly captivates me. Designed by the legendary Gertrude Jekyll, this garden is a masterpiece of natural beauty. As I walk through its meticulously planned pathways and vibrant flowerbeds, I find endless opportunities for capturing stunning outdoor ceremonies, reception drinks, and, of course, those cherished wedding photographs. The garden’s serene atmosphere and picturesque landscapes never fail to inspire my creativity.
Loseley House is more than just a venue; it’s a place where dreams come to life. Its timeless charm, rich history, and breathtaking surroundings make it a joy to photograph. Being able to witness and document the love and joy that fills this remarkable place is truly a privilege, and it’s what fuels my passion as a wedding photographer.
Celebrating 10 years as a destination wedding photographer I wanted to share my 10 most extraordinary destination weddings. Not neccessarily the best or my favourites, but weddings that were just a little bit different.