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Venues

As a wedding photographer, I shoot in hundreds of locations and venues around the country (and the world) but mostly close to home. Here is a list of some of the local venues I have enjoyed working at, which may be of help to you if you are still choosing your venue.

Eggington House

Eggington House

Eggington House is a luxury  manor house wedding venue in heart  Eggington village near Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. The Grade II listed house is regarded as a very fine example of late 17th century domestic architecture.

This venue hold a selective amount of weddings each year giving you the ultimate intimate desirable wedding venue. This beautiful venue is yours exclusively from the Friday before your wedding until midday on the Sunday.   The vast grounds at Eggington give you plenty of room for a large marquee and acars of space for your guest to enjoy the beautiful grounds. 

Liscombe Park House

Liscombe Park House

This hidden wedding venue near Linslade and Leighton Buzzard in bedfordshire is a stunning back drop for your wedding.

The Elizabethan Manor House are set fantastic and traditional English parkland. The soft red brick built in the classical E-shape of the sixteenth century is surrounds by peaceful garden and has a secret courtyard. This wedding venue is a blank canvas as you can personalise your wedding day by decorating the marquee to complement your wedding style.  Liscombe Park House's drawing room has an appropriate marriage licence, and seats a maximum of 60 wedding guests. If you would like to have a religious wedding ceremony  the small chapel is available for hire.

This wedding venue is easily reached from London, Luton and Heathrow. It is not open to the public and has a strict limited to the number of weddings it can hold a year. 

 

 

 

 

Moreteyne Manor

Moreteyne Manor

Beautiful 1562 country house in the heart of Bedfordshire which is run by a husband and wife term offering a friendly and exclusive services. The stunning grounds are idea for your guest to enjoy a relaxing glass of bubbles as you mingle and take advantage of the back drop for your wedding photographs. Between April to October the marquee is available for your to create your own unique wedding.

 

The White Heart in Flitton Bedfordshire

The White Heart in Flitton Bedfordshire

I love this family run venue, nestled next to the Church in the heart of the Flitton. From the minute you meet Phil and Clare, you are put at ease knowing they will tailor your wedding day to suite your needs. A Marquee can be situated next to the venue or at the bottom of their beautiful gardens if you are having a larger wedding. The willow trees in the garden are a great backdrop for your photos as well as offering shade to your guests in the hotter months. 

All the food that is served is excellent and they are especially renowned for the quality of their steaks. 

 

 

The Safari Lodge Woburn

The Safari Lodge Woburn

The Safari Lodge at Woburn Safari Park in Bedfordshire overlooking the Swan Lake. It is the perfect location for a relaxed  informal wedding receptions, 

There is ab opatunity to treat your guests to an exclusive VIP safari experience or elephant encounters, or enjoy a leisurely boat ride in one of the Swan Boats all with offer a fun photo opportunity!  The  wedding party is served champagne and drinks on the veranda of The Safari Lodge, followed by a sit down buffet inside the Lodge for up to 220 guests.

This is a great fun venue that I am sure your guest will love. 

 

 

Eversholt Hall

Eversholt Hall

Perfectly set in a typically English countryside village Eversholt Hall overlooks the village
green which provides the perfect backdrop for your Special Day. Through the summer months the local cricket team often plays, so your guests can sip their drinks and enjoy watching a match and listing to the relaxing sound of the cricket ball being hit. 

 

The Swiss Garden

The Swiss Garden

A beautiful unque hide away venue, located in Shuttleworth, Bedfordshire. This venue is not widley adverties as a wedding veune, it had been recently re-opened after a huge restoration project. The vast gardens have small building dotted around them. The Swiss Cottage is a beautiful 'hedden gem' in the gardens a long with the Grotto which is a must go to area for your wedding photos. 

Tofte Manor

Tofte Manor

The oldest parts of Tofte Manor date back to 1613, but there has been a manor house on this site since before 1086, when Tofte Manor was mentioned in the Doomsday Book. This beautiful house and its stunning gardens have a wealth of quirky, hidden features, such as swings, crystals, and of course the Labyrinth which are ideal for taking some beautiful, unique pictures.

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