Tucked away in over 70 acres of beautiful parkland, Horsley Towers is a stunning wedding venue that dates back to the early 1900’s. The stunning mansion oozes elegance and was originally designed by Charles Barry to reflect a Gothic style. Barry was also made famous for being the architect who designed the Houses of Parliament. After he inherited his family’s ancestral home, he really wanted to develop a magnificent property to showcase his vast wealth, so he chose to refurbish Horsley Towers and what a great job he did!
This elegant venue is now part of the De Vere group and was the perfect setting for Natasha and Felicity’s wonderful wedding in the Spring of 2018. They wanted a relaxed set of photos that told their story so I was thrilled when they asked me to be their wedding photographer! It was a real pleasure to work with them throughout the day and create some memorable photos for them to cherish. What I love about Horsley Towers is the huge choice of backdrops including the chapel, Great Hall, the cloisters and the Sopwith. I love to take wedding couples on a tour of the various settings whilst they have some moments away from their friends and family. Natasha and Felicity were very relaxed in front of the lens and we came away with a beautiful set of images.
The newlyweds were really pleased with the photographs from the day and gave me some great feedback which is always really appreciated…….
“Felicity and I just wanted to send a quick email to thank you for being a part of our wedding day. We had a truly amazing day and the photos really reflect that. It’s been so great to go through the amazing photos you took and relive all of the happy memories! Thanks again! – Tash and Fliss”