Bride and groom hugging under the arches at Horsley Park chapel
After an amazing lavender field engagement shoot and lots of laughs and chats, I couldn’t wait to see Natalie and Lawrence again for their Horsley Park Quirky Lavender Autumn Wedding. And what a day it was!

Horsley Park in Surrey is incredibly quirky and unique and it’s fast becoming one of my favourite wedding venues to shoot at, especially for a sunny autumn wedding.

Horsley Park weddings are wonderfully quirky and different

There’s a luxuriously long drive from when you first enter the grounds to when you reach Horsley Park Mansion. Once you get there, the view of the Tower after which Horsley Park is named fills your eyesight and takes your breath away.

A short walk around the corner and you see wild deer grazing lazily in the afternoon autumn sun, and just a few more steps further you come onto the view of Horsley Park from the lake.

And what a view it is! If this doesn’t take your breath away, nothing will.

Peeking in between thick leaves from the trees that frame it and perfectly reflected in the still lake, Horsley Park looks more like a fairy tale castle than a quirky autumn wedding venue, but its looks are deceiving!

Run like clockwork by the wonderful staff, and with the help of Steve, Horsley Park’s brilliant toastmaster, your wedding day couldn’t go much more smoothly. And once your wedding ceremony is done and you’ve finally become husband and wife they will skilfully help manage your guests and with their help your group shots should be done in no time. More time to sip champagne and chat! Yay!

Then when you’ve had 5 minutes to yourself, nibbled on a canapé and had some champagne, I will whisk you off on your couple session.

And this is where things get really exciting!

With all its quirkiness and romantic grandeur on the outside, Horsley Park has a deeply hidden secret, that is simply to die for! And as a bride and groom you get full access!

I’m talking of course of the amazing arched tunnels and quirky chapel that you’d never guess from the outside are even here, but oh yes they are! And they look absolutely fabulous in photos! The best thing is that they are here no matter what the weather and with a great wedding photographer you can be sure that they will make these beautiful arches work for you and in your wedding photos in any weather and at a winter, spring, summer, or autumn wedding.

If you have the time, take your time!

If you do, you will have really unique and quirky wedding photos in return! And that’s one of the reasons you’ve booked me, right?!

So, if you’re planning your Horsley Park Wedding Photography or a quirky lavender autumn wedding and you’d like a photographer that absolutely loves and knows this venue, then get in touch and let’s go from there.

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