Great Fosters dates back to the 17th century and believe it or not was sold for £700, which I imagine was worth somewhat more in 1787 than it is in today’s money. It’s a very romantic wedding venue in the Surrey countryside and set amongst 50 acres of stunning gardens and parkland.
Great Fosters photos from a documentary wedding photographer capturing real moments
Please peruse through a short gallery from the weddings I have photographed at Great Fosters over the past couple of seasons. I really enjoy working at this Surrey venue and I hope you enjoy the photos. If you do, why not dive into a couple of the blogs from real Great Fosters weddings that are beneath the gallery.
If you are getting married at this luxury hotel and are looking for wedding photographers then please do say hello.
I describe myself as a documentary or candid wedding photographer, focussing on blending of real moments and elegant, creative portraits. I aim to deliver you a set of wedding photos that you will love and share for generations to come.
Great Fosters Wedding Testimonial
Highly recommended!” Damion was an absolute pleasure – he was incredibly relaxed and professional and immediately put us at ease before our big day, and produced lovely photos and album
Great Fosters Summer WeddingLouise and Simon tied the knot at the stunning Great Fosters wedding venue in Surrey, overlooking the houses gorgeous landscaped gardens and parkland. It's a great place for wedding photography with so many unique and creative opportunities...
Winter Wedding at Great Fosters Michael and Katy's Christmas wedding at Great Fosters was a pleasure to capture and jam packed full of fun and laughter, albeit a little chilly. The wedding was a few days after Christmas and so wrapping up warm I spent the morning with...
Autumn Wedding at Great Fosters Hotel his winter wedding was gorgeous and the perfect match for Great Fosters with it's open fires and deep mahogany decor, making the day feel very inviting and cosy. Great Fosters dates back to the 17th century and believe it or...
A Country House Hotel
I’ve shot a lot at this beautiful country house hotel and I can’t help but be transported back in time when I step through the small entrance door into this magnificent house which opens up into a huge and welcoming reception room with log fires burning and decadent deep mahogany decor.
Pristine Gardens and Parkland
Great Fosters offers a beautifully romantic destination for your big day and within a stones throw of London. You and your guests can enjoy Surrey’s finest country house hotels, surrounded by pristine gardens and parkland.
Great Fosters Hotel Suites
I usually start my day shooting the bridal preparation in one of the bridal suites and for a wedding photographer, Great Fosters hotel rooms are a dream. They have the most gorgeous light pouring in, making for beautiful images of the bride as she goes through hair and make-up.
The Orangery overlooks the Magnolia lawn and gardens, with floor to ceiling windows, providing ample daylight for your wedding ceremony. The Orangery at Great Fosters holds 160 guests, but it’s not your only option.
The Archery Pavilion & Lawn
For couples looking to tie the knot outdoors Great Fosters has a licence to conduct ceremonies outside. The Archery Pavilion is located in the 50 acres of parkland, providing a stunning backdrop for those all important wedding photographs.
As the happy couple, you along with the registrars will stand under the Archery Pavilion, whilst guests are seated on the lawn enjoying the summer breeze.
The Painted Hall
After the ceremony guests can spill into the gardens and enjoy reception drinks in the Painted Hall that sweeps down into the Windsor parkland. During winter months this is a cosy and intimate space with open fires and a huge bar.
The Tithe Barn is a stunning room for your wedding breakfast. A Grade II listed barn that features exposed vaulted oak beams and a roaring open fire. The Tithe Barn caters for up to 250 guests and has a handy mezzanine balcony (perfect for my light stands) that makes for great photographs and I’ve captured many a belly laugh and tear up there.
Parkland and Gardens
With ample parkland and gardens you are spoilt for choice when it comes to the formal portrait shots and intimate newlywed photographs. I tend to use the gardens for my newlywed shots, strolling through the grounds and capturing a few special shots for my clients. During the summer months the Wisteria is always beautiful.
Anyone looking for a smaller more intimate affair is in for a treat. With luxury and attention to detail at its core, the Michelin-starred Tony Parkin at The Tudor Room hosts up to 20 guests for a wedding that is about the occasion.
Get in touch
If you’re getting married here and looking for a wedding photographer for your Great Fosters wedding who will capture your wedding with a natural style and elegance then I would love to hear from you. It’s a wedding venue that I really enjoy photographing and have good relationship with the wedding planning team after shooting there several times.
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