3 Most Important Wedding Photographs to take at Great Fosters
To run through the 3 most important wedding photographs to take at Great Fosters
1 The Historic Building
Originally Henry VIII’s hunting lodge, this historic building lends itself naturally to a romantic wedding venue with its high oak beamed barns. Your wedding photographer should remember to try and capture a sense of the history in the building and setting over the course of your day.
2 Ornamental Gardens
The venue has so many fantastic locations in the gardens for photography from lawns, to bridges and ponds. An ideal oppurtunity for photography of the couple together or even all your guests attending the wedding reception as a group shot out of one of the windows.
3 Family Group Locations
Both the interior and exterior of Great Fosters provides interesting and varied locations for the family photography.
Laura and James had the great taste to hold their reception at Great Fosters in Egham, Surrey. The couple were married in St Edwards in Windsor and the guests made their way to Great Fosters for a delicious Wedding Breakfast and dancing to the the sounds of ‘Bloomfield Avenue’ a great 6 piece band.
A few of the pictures are above at the full website of wedding photographs can be seen here –
Great Fosters Wedding Photographer
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