My favourite Hertfordshire venues for beautiful wedding photography

Over the years, I have photographed many beautiful weddings in some stunning venues.  Hertfordshire has a lot to offer.  Whether you are after a quite village church, countryside views or Boho vibe, there is plenty to choose from.

If you are just starting to plan your wedding, finding the right venue can be tough.  To provide you with some inspiration i’ve pulled together a list of some of my favourites.

Farm wedding

The Tewin Bury Farm wedding venue has a number of lovely venues for ceremonies and receptions. There are a couple of gorgeous barns and plenty of picturesque outdoor space too. Chris and Holly had an outdoor ceremony in Tewin Bury farm garden, the location was perfect for a British summer wedding.

The Tythe barn is an amazing old barn with wonderful high ceilings, a great balcony and positioned right beside the river that runs through the farm – perfect for a reception. The building had huge black wooden barn doors and striking beams, which add a little drama to the photos.

Church wedding

I had been waiting for the opportunity to photograph a St Mary’s church wedding since starting my business and it met my expectations. St Mary’s church is situated on Hemel Hempstead old High street, facing onto Gadebridge park where there are some beautiful flower gardens.

I also loved the very beautiful All Saints Church in Caddington, a stunning building surrounded by lush green gardens. One of my favourite things about this church is the tree lined walk way from the road to the main doors, perfect for photos!

Period properties

The Kings Chapel is a 17th century building originally used as a chapel (of course), which means the building is full of beautiful design details. The main room, now used for ceremonies and wedding breakfasts, has incredible high ceilings and huge high windows that drape the room in natural light. There is also a large open balcony in the main hall, which offers a great opportunity to capture images from above during the wedding ceremony.

It not only has the stunning main hall but a beautiful ornate side room, which is used for the drinks reception and evening party. From here you climb a couple of stairs to reach a lovely little bar tucked away around the corner.

Hanbury Manor is gorgeous! Not only is the building stunning, with its high ceilings, dark wood and old charm but the grounds have even more to offer. It also has an 18 whole golf course in the back garden, which means couples get to hop on a golf buggy to head off for some incredible photos overlooking the Hertfordshire countryside. I love working with simple backdrops too and Hanbury Manor has lots to offer, garden stairs, walls and huge majestic trees all located just outside the venue doors.

Alternative venues

North Hill Farm in Chorleywood is the ultimate in relaxed and festival style wedding venues. The venue has a small B&B on site that is available to guests, alternatively they also offer the option to camp on site so the party can go on all night. My favourite thing about North Hill Farm is the tree house accommodation! Yes I said treehouse. They have 3 incredible and very unique tree houses available to the couple and their guests.

Let’s chat about your wedding day!

Are you looking to get married in Hertfordshire or perhaps further a field? Then i would love to hear from you, especially if you are looking for someone who will photograph your wedding in an alternative, fun and natural way.

Get in touch and let me know all about your day! I need to know the date, ceremony and reception details and most importantly all the ideas you have!

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