A Euridge Manor Wedding is a dream come true for any couple looking for a picturesque and unforgettable venue. The gardens are simply stunning and offer a variety of options for your special day.
On my arrival in late October, the estate was blanketed in a thick fog, but by mid-morning, the sun had cleared the way for the perfect day.
One of the highlights of the venue is the Euridge Orangery, which offers four separate areas for guests to enjoy. The Orangery itself was used for the bridal preparation, and the weather couldn't have been more perfect. The Lake is breathtaking with its Obelisks and thatched roof boat house, which served as the ceremony location. The Dedicated Marque held the wedding breakfast and the gardens were absolutely beautiful for a champagne reception.
The Bridal Party was a joy to photograph, with Holly being the epitome of a radiant and joyful bride. She was so animated and excited throughout her hair and makeup sessions, making my job as a photographer a delight. The couple had planned a surprise for their guests, who were transported to the venue on vintage buses, much to their surprise.
The ceremony was a Humanist ceremony, which was conducted under the thatched roof of the boat house on the lake. The guests overlooked the ceremony from the main house balcony, while close family and friends were seated under the thatched roof to witness the exchange of vows. Jack, being American, and Holly, being English, made for an international and multicultural celebration, and the couple's first look under an ancient castle ruin was a moment to remember.
Overall, the Euridge Manor Wedding is a real find, and I highly recommend it to any couple looking for a truly magical and unique wedding experience. Be sure to check out the Euridge Manor Wedding video to see more of the beautiful venue and the couple's special day.