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Fawsley Hall wedding photography

If you’ve been searching for the castle on the hill that Ed Sheeran croons about … you might have just found it.

Fawsley Hall is one of my favourite Northamptonshire wedding venues. As you drive through the narrow country lanes, you crane your neck to catch a glimpse of the hall peeking through the trees, until finally you’re rewarded with a clear view across the field that is nothing short of breath-taking.

Also, Fawsley’s afternoon tea is to die for and I can happily vouch for their spa - utter bliss!

Terry & Alison's wedding photography at Fawsley Hall, Northamptonshire (49)
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Dotty about details? Spot some of Fawsley's most fabulous features.

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Five reasons you’ll love Fawsley Hall for your wedding photography

  • 1 As an ardent lover of architecture, Fawsley Hall is right up my lane! It will lend your photos a little drama.
  • 2 A wedding at Fawsley Church is very special. With nothing around except trees and sheep, it looks incredible. No cars or corner shops to avoid in the photos! Just don’t try to walk through the field to the church in your Choo's!
  • 3 Gorgeous landscaped grounds, including a knot garden and an ancient cedar tree, make photogenic and private spots to get away for your portraits.
  • 4 The covered (and rather majestic) front entrance is handy for portraits and group photos when it’s wet.
  • 5 The suites in the main house have striking big windows which provide wonderfully calming and breaktaking views for you while you have your hair done, and let in lots of good quality light for your photographer.
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Bride and groom sitting on a bench under some trees at Fawsley Hall
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My experience at Fawsley Hall

Fawsley Hall was one of the very first wedding venues I ever shot at and, today, it features regularly in my calendar.

I’ve photographed all sorts of weddings at Fawsley - including religious ceremonies at St Mary’s church in the grounds as well as civil ceremonies and receptions in both the main house and Knightley Court.

Bride and groom standing in front a countryside backdrop for their photos at Fawsley Hall
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True love stories

Are you planning a wedding at Fawsley Hall? Cast your peepers over these gorgeous weddings that I’ve captured there.

Terry & Alison's wedding photography at Fawsley Hall, Northamptonshire (51)

Alison & Terry

This pair had an intimate Spring wedding with 30 guests. Terry got ready home whilst Alison prepared in one of Fawsley's stunning suites. They said 'I do' in The Salvin Long Room, enjoyed relaxed drinks in The Great Hall, ran outside to catch a rainbow, and then had a music-filled dinner in the Salvin boardroom.

Joanne & Richard

Joanne and Richard had an autumn wedding at Fawsley Hall. They both got ready at the venue, before their ceremony in the Valentine Suite in Knightley Court. Everyone enjoyed drinks in the autumn sun, including some very competitive games of scrabble and Guess Who!

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Fawsley church weddings

Is there a cuter location to say "I do"?!

If you're planning a church ceremony at St Mary's in Fawsley, here are some of my couples who married there...

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Psst! Did you know *this* about Fawsley Hall?

  • 1 There’s a hidden room above the Great Hall where secret meetings were held in the lead up to the civil wars.
  • 2 For some unknown reason, the family crest on the outside of the bay window is on its side.
  • 3 The large shield in the Great Hall shows 334 quarterings of heraldry, marking every Knightley marriage up to the 19th century.
  • 4 You can sleep in the same room (now the 1575 Suite) that Queen Elizabeth I stayed in after helping her father Henry VIII with the dissolution of the monasteries.