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Corpus Christi College, Cambridge

Corpus Christi College

Cambridge, CB2 1RH

A stunning slice of history

Corpus Christi College at Cambridge was originally built in the 1350s, and has been lovingly expanded and renovated across the centuries, telling an incredible tale of British history.

The 19th Century Dining Hall is available for your ceremony and wedding breakfast, with the Pelican Bar providing the stage for your reception, making for the perfect combination of elegance and history with modern facilities and features.

Husband and Wife stood in front of the Corpus Christi Wedding Venue

Over 600 years of history building up to your big day

It goes without saying that marrying at Corpus Christi gives you wedding a unique and unforgettable backdrop.

There are several rooms available to you, including the panelled new gothic Dining Hall, the Old and New Combination Rooms ("New" being a relative term for this venue!) and the Parker Suite.

Outside there's the Old Court Lawn where you and your guests can enjoy a couple of drinks and take in the incredible architecture.

From the beautiful old buildings of the main college, head in to the Pelican Bar for more drinks and dancing the night away.

If you're having your ceremony at Corpus Christi, there's a lovely Bridal Preparation room, and there's some limited availability for guests to stay as well.

Weddings with Becky at Corpus Christi

This venue is just so magical, it's like taking a step back in time. Every corner of the campus has something special to your wedding day backdrop.

If you are interested in getting married at the beautiful Corpus Christi College in Cambridge, have a look through some of the weddings I've photographed there to get a feel for what your big day might look like.

Laura and Richard Wedding

Laura and Richard

Another lovely wedding in Cambridgeshire - this time at Corpous Christie College. I started the day with Laura and her bridesmaids getting ready, and shot the entire day through to the evening disco. Laura and Richard were a joy to shoot, and I wish them all the best.