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Beautiful Wedding Photography at Great Fosters

Great Fosters Weddings are such a joy to shoot as a local wedding photographer. 

The venue is wonderful for any event but it really shines when couples hire it for a wedding.  

This beautiful, historical building, provides a perfect backdrop for an elegant and timeless wedding.  The building itself is a red brick Tudor structure, with beautiful Gardens located at the back. 

There are so many places for capturing wonderful images, it is a real treat for any wedding photographer who gets to work there.

When Ben & Charlotte booked me to be their wedding photographer, I had the advantage of already knowing them well as we are cousins!

Now I am not related to ALL of my couples, but this did give us an extra special bond and great trust on the wedding day itself.

Their wedding at Great Fosters truly was a wonderful occasion.

Charlotte & Ben’s family and friends were elated to celebrate their marriage with them, it was a momentous day as they have been together for almost two decades! 

Their three beautiful children took pride of place amongst the gorgeous bridesmaids swathed in tulle.  It was a great day for the whole family and closest friends.

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A little bit about Great Fosters Wedding Venue

A 16th Century Mansion, whose origins began in Windsor Great Park, Great Fosters began its life as a Tudor hunting lodge.

Although, I can’t seem to find anything on the internet about that, so you will just have to take my word for it! It is a grade 1 listed building which houses an atmospheric 17th Century barn, the barn is where the wedding breakfast and reception is generally held.

The gardens to the rear of the building are immaculate and enchanting, you won’t find a better place for your wedding photos in the whole of Egham!

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Great Fosters Rose Garden

It is plastered all over my site that I am a Documentary Wedding photographer.

But I do enjoy (timelines permitting) getting beautiful portraits in amongst the odd flower bush when I can.

It was really important for Charlotte & Ben to have enough time for their couples portraits in and around the gardens. They were married in October, the atmospheric winter sun was more than perfect for just that. 

We captured some really beautiful wedding photos which I am sure they will treasure and enjoy for years to come.

I strive to make the best of the natural light when shooting couples portraits and the beautiful, muted tones of the Great Fosters gardens helped us create some stunningly romantic images.

We also took the formal group shots here, we wanted to make the absolute most of the gorgeous surroundings!

This is what I enjoy so much about being a wedding photographer; being spoilt for choice at such beautiful venues. I really adore capturing the love between the couple AND their friends and family.

Supplier information

Bridal Gown

Charlotte purchased her show stopping Sottero & Midgeley Allen gown from the prestigious Miss Bush Bridal in Ripley. 

Charlotte looked an absolute dream on her wedding day, as a wedding photographer, it made my job an absolute breeze.

It was so enjoyable to shoot and we really got to play around with the layers and layers of tulle!

Grooms Suit

Ben went for a stylish 3 piece suit from Dress 2 kill UK and he really did KILL it, what a handsome groom he made!

Other Suppliers

Hair – Rachel from Scissorhands 

Make Up – Georgia of Aesthetics with Georgia

Florist – Lilys Flowers

Decoration and Event Styling – Charlotte & Ben did the themselves with the help of Charlotte’s mother, Jacq

Rings – Heera 

Cake – Love Island Cakes

Entertainment – Firebird

Light Up Letters – KMS Hire