This area of the country is very special to me, as my childhood was spent in the heart of the Chilterns in the town of Tring, which is just 7 miles from Aylesbury. So being a Buckinghamshire Wedding Photographer is great, as it always feels like going home. And with some truly stunning wedding venues within this county, you will have lots of options to tempt you.
One venue that I am particularly looking forward to working at is Horwood House, as it will be my first wedding there, and is booked for later in the year (2014). As part of the Principal Hayley Group, Horwood House is set in 38 acres of beautiful countryside and provides the perfect setting for your wedding breakfast or civil ceremony. Having worked at another venue within their group on several occasions, I have witnessed first hand just how high their standards of excellence are, and wedding parties always receive a premium class experience.
The Dairy, only one hour from London, is a private building set within the immaculate grounds of the Waddesdon Estate. Originally built in the early 1900’s by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild to house his prize-winning herds, the Dairy has been sympathetically restored and provides an idyllic setting for weddings. Civil ceremonies can take place in either the glazed classical Wintergarden, the West Hall with its huge open fire places, or for smaller numbers, outside under the pavilions overlooking the Lake and Water gardens