Buckinghamshire Wedding Photography
The county of Buckinghamshire boasts some magnificent wedding venues that include rolling parkland, vistas, country houses, hotels and mansions – all of which are perfect for a special day and great locations for this Buckinghamshire wedding photographer.
Only a short drive from where I live are some of my personal favourite Buckinghamshire venues, including Hedsor House and Stoke Place. When I shoot at any venue I always try and make the most of the venues surroundings, weaving the details that you fell in love with into your wedding photography and leaving you with a set of images that tell the story of your day. It’s important to me that we make the most of the venue and ensure you have a fabulous set of images to cherish.
Some of my favourite venues are below. If you’re looking for Buckinghamshire wedding photography and would like to chat through your day, please do get in touch.
Buckinghamshire Wedding Photography Testimonial
When we first met Damion on Skype, I couldn’t believe how friendly and down to earth he was. We just felt like we knew him already, and were just so excited for him to be our photographer.
Our engagement shoot was cold and windy, but he was patient and persistent. We got some amazing shots and we’re so happy with them.
The wedding photos were stunning! He just made us look happy, captured all those important moments, and it was fun and relaxed. The fireworks and sparklers were magical shots.
A lot of his work has come after the wedding, where he has been able to deal with all my annoying requests and produced a beautiful wedding album. He puts in a lot of effort into his work and we couldn’t have chosen a more perfect photographer! Very highly recommended.
To this day I still get excited about shooting at Hedsor House. From the stunning house and it’s traditional splendour, to the magnificent parkland. Hedsor House offers stunning wedding photography and a feeling of escapism a stone throws from London. The imposing dome roof, balcony and private gardens offer plenty of opportunity to capture amazing newlywed images, and with enough space for guests to stay in and keep dry or spill out onto the lawn and enjoy canapés.
This quintessentially English manor house has an excellent wedding team behind it, caring and ensuring that everything works like clockwork, as well as cooking up some awesome food in the kitchen.
I’ve had the pleasure to shoot here and write a review for The English Wedding Blog on this amazing venue.
Inside this 17th century mansion you’re greeted with sweeping staircases, chandeliers, huge bay windows and a stunning parkland. The grounds are a good place to start for both wedding portraits, formal shots and newlywed photography, with it’s serene lake and mature grounds making a beautiful canvas for your day.
I like to make use of the bridal suite for getting ready photographs of the bride and her bridesmaids, with the large light filled windows offering a flattering and intimate reflection on the morning proceedings.
Wedding photographers often talk a lot about venues and their grounds and at Danesfield House you are spoilt with breathtaking surroundings.
With exclusive use of the venue for your wedding day, guests can enjoy the 65 acres of grounds while you stroll through the venue and capture some amazing wedding photography.
Danesfield House gets great reviews for it’s food and organisation, and rightly so as the wedding team here work exceptionally hard to make sure you and your guests have a fabulous day.
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