Holdenby House wedding photography
With history and heart, you’ll love how Holdenby House transports you back in time to an era of elegance and refinement.
Oh, Holdenby House, I love you so!
This stunning royal palace turned historical home has an atmosphere of tranquil, quiet decadence that’ll leave you and your guests in awe. From the amazing arched entrance that makes you feel like you’ve “arrived”, through to multiple lush gardens and decadent rich wood panelling … it’s always a good day when someone books me for their wedding at Holdenby House!
The service you’ll receive at Holdenby House, which is nothing short of impeccable, is completely personalised, allowing you to have the wedding you want, rather than the wedding the venue does week in, week out. That personal touch always helps couples be themselves, which is great to capture in photos.
Five reasons you’ll love Holdenby House for your wedding photography
My experience at Holdenby House
I looked at (and lusted after) Holdenby House for my own wedding venue, so when I became a wedding photographer it was high on my photography bucket list! It teased and eluded me for a few years, but then, like buses, two came along at once and now it’s happily one of my most regular venues.
Weddings at Holdenby tend to be very relaxed (not to mention really well run) which is my ideal kind of day to shoot, so I’m delighted that they’ve been recommending me since the very first wedding I shot there.
True love stories
Fantasising about a real-life wedding at Holdenby House? Check out the highlights from one of the weddings I’ve photographed there ...
Rachael & Fahad
Rachael and Fahad had a summer wedding at Holdenby House with a travel theme to reflect their wanderlust for the world. They had a civil ceremony and then made the most of every inch of Holdenby, so their photos are pretty much a tour of the venue!
Katie & Brett
Katie and Brett had a relaxed countryside wedding, with preparations between Katie's childhood home and The Red Lion at East Haddon. They had their ceremony at St Mary's in East Haddon, before pootling off in a rare Lagonda to Holdenby House for a marquee reception.