Wedding at Steventon House, Oxfordshire

Bride and Groom at Steventon House Wedding

Steventon House is a beautiful, character wedding venue in Oxfordshire, ideal for a small, intimate wedding.  This stunning Victorian house was once owned by Sir Mortimer Singer, the sewing machine magnate and is rumoured to have been the home of his mistress.

Hailey and Carl had approached me over a year ago after I was recommended to them by one of my previous brides.  They had liked my natural, informal approach to wedding photography and wanted their images to be as relaxed as possible.  They had asked me to tell the story of their day with a mixture of documentary images, some group shots and some lovely natural couple shots.

They had chosen to have a civil ceremony in the hotel, and when I arrived the guests who were staying there were making the most of the afternoon sunshine in the garden.

Hailey looked stunning in her wedding dress from Bride to Be in Reading and was ready and very relaxed when I arrived.  For the bridal portraits we sneaked out of the hotel trying to avoid Carl to capture some shots in the grounds at the side of the hotel.

Hailey and her father were led down the aisle by the cutest ever page boy and flower girls.  After the ceremony we made the most of the Victorian building and the grounds for the wedding photographs.  They looked so happy together and I wish them all the best for the future.

If you are thinking about a Steventon House Wedding and you like my natural approach to wedding photography, please get in touch.

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