Wedding photos at Hampden House

Hampden House wedding photographer. Hampden House is simply a stunning venue. Elegant and full of old-world charm. Wood panelled reception rooms with huge log fires give that warm comforting feel; along with the stylish splendour of the bright bedrooms and dining room. Ella and Hugh’s wedding was a rare treat – along with all the house has to offer, they were lucky enough to have a marquee on the lawn. Which is not something you see very often at a Hampden House wedding, if at all, but they really made the most of it. Every element of the day was immaculately planned and put together – incredible day with a huge party to end it all off with!

Hampden church wedding

Ella was driven to the church in the most beautiful bright yellow vintage open top car. Well, the roof was up on the way to the church to make sure the immaculate hair stayed in place. The roof was most definitely down on the way back, fantastic way to celebrate your wedding! Hugh is someone who has a quiet confidence about him. There were no jittery nerves, only pure excitement about the wedding itself. Actually, when they saw each other at the top of the aisle, I felt that they weren’t so worried about the wedding, just excited to see other! A joyous thing for any wedding couple.

Buckinghamshire wedding venue

After a hail of confetti, Ella & Hugh were in the car, hood down and heading back to Hampden House to celebrate their marriage in style! Guests walked through the house onto the main lawn for drinks and canapes. The rolling lawns are spectacular. Hampden House is surrounded by 300 acres of stunning parkland, as far as the eye can see. A chilled afternoon enjoying the grounds and sunshine flowed seamlessly into a superb evening meal in the marquee. Everywhere you look is just another photo opportunity.

Evening wedding party at Hampden House

Hampden House wedding Photographer. After speeches and a excellent catered meal, it was time to make the most of the late evening light and have another mini-reception. This was really just a breather before one of the highlights of the day, the dancing. It was great to see the dancefloor full and active all night, nothing says ‘wedding party’ like a conga and limbo!

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