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  Great Fosters in Egham, Surrey is a stunning 16th century mansion and is a Grade I listed building. A 4* hotel, it gives couples around fifty acres of beautiful gardens which give endless opportunities for wedding photography. Great Fosters is licenced to hold both civil ceremonies and civil partnerships and can cater for small […]

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  St. Raphael’s church in Surbiton was built by Alexander Raphael in 1848, shortly before he died, and named after St Raphael. Although a nice large church, wedding photography tends to be limited to the back of the church facing down towards the alter. Outside there’s not much scope for photos to be taken, although […]

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St. Mary’s church in Thorpe, Surrey was built in the early 7th century. It’s suitable for a wedding with around 100 guests and is fairly small compared to other churches within Surrey. As far as photography goes, there’s opportunities to get the key shots throughout the ceremony but not a huge amount of scope for […]

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  The Rylston suite at Weybridge Register office is very popular for civil cermonies. With chandelier lighting and a large bay window, it provides a nice bright arena for weddings. At the back of the building there’s a well kept garden which provides a nice backdrop for wedding photography. You can see an example of […]

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  Surrounded by the River Thames, this centuries old venue is the perfect setting for your Berkshire wedding. With the Grade I listed Temple and Pavilion buildings on offer, this hotel also gives able opportunity for some great wedding photography. You can see an example of my previous work as a wedding photographer at Monkey […]

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  Kew Gardens in London is one of the largest botanic gardens in the world, with stunning scenery and backdrops which make for ideal wedding photos. Civil Ceremonies can be held in Cambridge Cottage for up to 80 guests, or the Nash Conservatory which holds up to 200 guests. There’s also the option to have […]

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  Kingston register office is an Edwardian building situated just on the outskirts of Kingston. Ideal for relatively small weddings, there is one main room for ceremonies and for photography opportunities there’s use of a staircase inside the main building, as well as a small garden at the back of the building. You can see […]

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  St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Parish in Maidenhead, Berkshire was opened in 1884. A lovely big church, it’s ideal for weddings with a large number of guests. For wedding photography there’s ample room to capture the key shots throughout the ceremony, although there’s not much scope for pictures outside the church. Please contact me to […]

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  To make things a bit easier for you and to try and bypass the confusion that can arise from offering a host of different album packages, I offer three different types of wedding album that can simply be added to your main digital package for a set price. There’s something to suit all tastes […]

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