Great Fosters Wedding Photographer


Great Fosters Wedding Photographer

My first experience as a Great Fosters wedding photographer was photographing the wedding of a good friend that I’d studied photography with. We’ve both gone on to build successful careers in the business and Great Fosters has a lot of special memories. Great Fosters is without doubt one of the most impressive wedding venues in the area.

Great Fosters, A Beautiful Wedding Venue In The English Countryside

Great Fosters has a grandeur to it that is almost unique among wedding venues in the area. The Tithe Barn, the Orangery and the gardens have real wow factor and provide plenty of options for the way you want to plan your wedding day. Large weddings or small, intimate nuptials can all be accommodated perfectly at Great Fosters.

5 Reasons To Get Married At Great Fosters

If you’ve just begun the process of planning for your wedding then, first of all congratulations, but secondly, do please take a moment to read my five reasons to chose Great Fosters as your venue (and do of course take a peak at some of my favourite photos from this amazingly grand wedding venue) It’s a wonderful place to be! Check out one of my favourite weddings HERE.

1 . Stunning Landscape Gardens

The gardens at Great Fosters will take your breath away. There are a number of iconic locations around the grounds for portraits, including the wooden bridge, ornamental garden, and rose garden in full bloom. Whether you’re the type of couple that want lots of portraits or would just like a little time to yourselves on your wedding day Great Fosters is perfect.

You’re even able to have an outdoor ceremony on the lawn at Great Fosters, with views back to the house across the lake. I also know of couples that have got engaged in the grounds of Great Fosters, making their return there to get married, even more special.

2 . Space For Lots Of Wedding Guests

The beautiful Tithe Barn with it’s warm tones of wood and open fireplace is the perfect space to accommodate larger wedding, while the bar area and Orangery provide ample space for guests to spill out and enjoy catching up with old friends and enjoying the venue.

For smaller weddings you can use the Garden Room or hold your reception in the Orangery, and as you Great Fosters Wedding Photographer I’ll remain discreet. Whether you’re arriving from having married in church or a ceremony in the open air of Great Fosters gardens the rooms at this stunning country house venue will form the perfect backdrop to your special day.

3 . The Hotel Experience

Whether you’re staying with your bridesmaids the night before your wedding, or perhaps you’re having an intimate wedding with closest family and friends, and you want to make a weekend of it, Great Fosters has the rooms and activities to help you unwind and make the occasion very memorable indeed.

There’s even an outdoor pool, and spa treatments can be arranged in some of the rooms. Great Fosters is also well located, making other attractions, such as Windsor Castle and Hampton Court, within easy reach. And on your return, enjoy afternoon tea at Great Fosters, relax in one of the bars or enjoy an evening meal in the restaurant.

4 . Great Food!

Your friends and family are of course at your wedding to celebrate with you and congratulate you on such a special day. Getting the food and drink right, on your big day, could be seen as your opportunity, your way, of thanking everyone for coming. Good food brings people together and always brings a smile to the faces of young and old guests alike. But don’t fear as a Great Fosters Wedding Photographer I’ll also give you time to enjoy your food!

The executive chef and his talented brigade at Great Fosters have created a mouth watering selection of dishes. They offer menus that reflect the seasons using locally sourced produce where possible. Children, gluten free, nut free & other special diets and vegetarians are all catered for, and their sommelier is delighted to offer guidance and wine recommendations to complement your chosen menu and suit your budget.

5 . A Venue You’ll Want To Visit Over And Over Again

Because Great Fosters doesn’t only cater for weddings, it’s somewhere that you’ll want to return to time and time again after your wedding. Whether that be for family occasions, wedding anniversaries, or simply a weekend stay and a walk in the garden. Great Fosters is a special place that no doubt holds very special memories for every couple that marries there.

You’re guaranteed a warm welcome when the moment you step through the doors at Great Fosters. No matter whether you visit in the height of summer or on a frosty winter day, Great Fosters feels like home from home, and with a range of rooms to choose from and excellent location, it’s sure to pull you back again and again!

Recommended Wedding Photographer

I’m an award winning wedding photographer based in Guildford, with over ten years experience of shooting weddings. I shoot in a mostly documentary style, which means a little time for portraits and group photos, and lots of time for natural, candid storytelling “moment-driven” photos, as a Great Fosters Wedding Photographer or anywhere you choose to tie the knot.


Great Fosters Wedding Photographer

Great Fosters is a Grade One listed building set among 50 acres of stunning gardens and parkland in Egham. Immaculately preserved, this stately historic monument boasts an enviable location close to Heathrow, the M25 and M4 and near Windsor, Wentworth, Staines and Virginia Water.

Leading Documentary/Award Winning Wedding Photographer

From my first time as a Great Fosters Wedding Photographer, documentary photography, and my approach to shooting weddings in a journalistic style, is something I’ve felt passionate about. It’s about storytelling, it’s about stepping back at times to allow things to unfold in front of the camera, and about stepping in on occasions to capture the action!

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