During October I had the pleasure of photographing Matt & Kayleigh at an elegant venue by the name of Horwood house which is a grade II listed manor house nestled in the heart of Buckinghamshire.

I have captured a wedding here before, and it was lovely to return and see Horwood house in all its glory again.

As a photographer, it’s a pleasure to photograph at these types of venues, because they really are jammed full of photographic goodness!

When Matt & Kayleigh told me during the booking process that Horwood house was their Wedding venue of choice, I was buzzing! The couple also chose to have their Engagement photoshoot there and have it during Autumn as it’s such a colourful time of year.

Meeting the couple on the day was an absolute pleasure, as both Matt & Kayleigh were laid back, funny, and very easy to get on with. Admittedly Matt said he was a little nervous and wasn’t a fan of the camera, but you know what you never would have guessed it at all, as he was a complete natural!

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Our time seemed to just fly by as we made our way around the venue, using little areas on the 38-acre grounds for mini style photoshoots.

What I love about engagement photoshoots the most, is that it gives me (and also the couple) a chance to get to know each other a lot better before the big day itself.

It also gives couples a chance to get used to the camera being on them, which in turn makes them feel more relaxed during their wedding day, as they know what to expect.

I would like to thank both Matt & Kayleigh for being so open and laid back during the shoot and just having fun with it all.

I honestly cannot wait to be a part of your wedding day next year!


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Horwood House is a charming hotel that is nestled in the heart of the Buckinghamshire countryside and combines heritage, comfort, and warm, friendly service to create an unforgettable experience.


Horwood house as a Wedding venue is pretty much perfect in my opinion, as it has everything you need at one location. I have had the chance to photograph here a couple of times, and it always impresses me with how charming it is.

I especially love the secret garden, which is great for group photographs, and also a great space for more intimate photographs, away from the guests.

As you can imagine, being a grade II listed manor house gives it a certain charm, that not all wedding venues can replicate so easy.

If you are looking around for a wedding venue and haven’t seen or let alone even heard of Horwood House, then I would seriously consider visiting.

The ‘Horwood afternoon tea’ is cracking, so why not combine that with your visit, or even consider staying at the Horwood house hotel!

 

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