It’s the end of September 2020 and we’re just about to go back in to a dreaded lockdown (sigh), thankfully this gorgeous couple managed to bring their wedding forward a week to avoid it being cancelled! It’s no easy task to move a wedding in such a short time frame but they really pulled it off! The ceremony was held at St Mary’s Church in the delightful market town of Beaconsfield. The following reception was held at the spectacular Danesfield House in Marlow, Buckinghamshire. This is a real fairy-tale venue with fabulous grounds and elegant function rooms.
This wedding wasn’t originally planned for 30 guests, therefore this function room could have felt a bit empty as it can seat 120 guests. However, the beautiful Versailles Suite was laid out with one long table and guests were well spaced out, so it filled the room just right! Tricks like this can really help with making wedding receptions with reduced numbers not feel empty and underwhelming. This Buckinghamshire wedding proved that intimate weddings can still be really special, if not more so! Less pressure and stress, yet still surrounded by your closest loved ones – what’s not to like?!
We were lucky enough to get a beautiful autumn sunset and wow, that golden hour glow made for some stunning photos. If you get this lucky break at your wedding be ready to slip away for a few minutes to make the most of it. Trust me you won’t regret it!
If you’re getting married at this stunning venue and are looking for an experienced Danesfield House wedding photographer, get in touch today.