This was my first time photographing a wedding at Froyle Park and it won't be my last, stunning venue run by staff that really know how to host a wedding.
The bride's sister Alice originally booked me for her wedding back in 2012 but had to change her date for family reasons, unfortunately on Alice's new date I was already booked. So it was lovely to be recommended by Alice to her sister when she was getting married. Congratulations Sophie and Colin.
Froyle Park is a relatively new wedding venue that is getting very popular for couples getting married in this stunning wedding venue.
From outdoor wedding ceremonies, to the luxurious Great Hall, Froyle Park boasts many options to say “I Do”. A wedding in the great outdoors can be absolutely amazing, the beautiful gardens and dome can be transformed into an incredible ceremony space with far-reaching views over the hillsides.
For the more traditional, couples may be able to exchange vows at the altar in the beautiful St Mary’s village church, just a short stroll from The Manor House. St. Mary’s Church has been on this site for over 1000 years, with parts of the current building dating back to the 14th century. With its ornate stained glass and Church bells, which date back to the mid 1700s, couples can choose to make their vows in this traditional setting, before heading back to The Manor House, as the bells ring out gloriously across Upper Froyle.