Loseley House Wedding Photography
Built in the reign of Elizabeth I, Loseley Park stands in ancient Parkland and is one of Surrey’s best known wedding venues. Still the home of the More-Molyneux family, it is remarkably unchanged since 1562 when Sir William More laid the first stones, and remains, as he intended, a place of calm, grace and subtle beauty.
From the house itself, where the intricate panelling in the Great Hall was once in Henry VIII’s Nonsuch Palace; to the Tithe Barn with its ancient oak beams; to the elegant and restful walled garden, Loseley Park Guildford is sought after for civil weddings, corporate events, and as a location for films such as Sense and Sensibility.
What makes Loseley Park the perfect wedding? Here are a few thoughts from the team at Loseley
“Partly it’s the surroundings. They, after all, are the backdrop to an exceptional day. But more than that it’s the fact that we think you should be free to plan precisely the wedding you want and deserve – that our plans should fit with yours, not the other way around. So we don’t, for instance, hold more than one wedding a day – just so you can believe Loseley is yours, and yours alone, to enjoy.”
The Loseley House wedding photography below is just a small sample from Emily and Dan’s winter wedding last year. Even in the middle of winter Loseley House proved to be a warm and welcoming space with amble opportunities for indoor portraits, should the weather take a turn for the worst. During the summer months the walled garden can host your drinks reception and when in full bloom is a glorious backdrop for your portraits and more of my signature style of reportage wedding photography, as your guest are allowed to explore the gardens. See more of Emily and Dan’s wedding here.
Loseley House Wedding Photography by leading reportage wedding photographer David at Married to my Camera.
A small selection of Anna and Ben’s summer wedding at Loseley Park below. See the complete wedding here.
I love working with easy-going, creative couples who are looking to put their own personal stamp on their wedding day and have the time of their lives. Dates go quickly, so if that sounds like you, I’d love to hear from you!