Intimate Wedding in Surrey
Here is some intimate Woodlands Park wedding photography from a Winter wedding I shot last year. Set in the heart of the beautiful Surrey countryside, is the 19th Century Hotel. The elegant mansion, nestled in stunning landscaped gardens, is an idyllic setting so it’s easy to see why Emma and Phil opted for a Woodlands Park intimate wedding in December.
Woodlands Park is steeped in history and radiates a warm and inviting atmosphere with its oak paneled rooms, vaulted ceilings and an impressive staircase. The grounds feature well kept lawns, mature oak trees and manicured shrubs giving this venue the real wow factor!
A great day to photograph at Woodlands Park
The day kicked off in the bridal suite where Emma and her bridesmaids were made up ready for the day. Having postponed their wedding already due to the lockdown, Emma was really excited that their day could finally go ahead. They married at a nearby church and headed back to Woodlands Park for the reception in the afternoon.
Their 15 guests provided one of the most epic confetti tunnels I’ve ever seen and after a few glasses of bubbly I took them around the gardens for their couple shoot. Emma and Phil looked really at ease in front of the lens and we made the most of the sunset with some beautiful shots. The meal and speeches followed with some hilarious anecdotes and there was an amazing atmosphere in the room.
Twilight wedding photography of the bride and groom
At twilight we headed outside for some sparklers shots and being my favourite time of the day, I created some intimate images of the couple with the deep blue night sky as the backdrop.
The day finished with a great first dance and I really enjoyed working with such a lovely bride and groom at Woodlands Park. Here’s some of the images from the day and I was very grateful for their kind feedback….
“Thank you so much for everything, it couldn’t have been better! We love the photos!” – Emma & Phil
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