Froyle Park Wedding Photography

Froyle Park Country Estate is one of South England’s most sought-after wedding venues. With its amazing location, magnificent history, and gorgeous gardens, Froyle Park is a one-of-a-kind wedding venue.

With my unique mixture of fun and relaxed documentary-style photography, I can preserve all the special memories on your big day, even more so if you celebrate at this remarkable location.

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The Koda Kodi at Froyle Park

Froyle Park Country Estate

Being just on the border of Hampshire and Surrey, Froyle Park is conveniently located only 45 minutes from Heathrow and an hour from London, so your friends and family won’t have to travel far for your special day.

The venue has an extensive selection of rooms and spaces that create perfect backdrops for your pictures, with high ceilings, feature fireplaces and dark-wood panelling. Whether you have your photos taken inside the estate or in the stately gardens, your photos will look timeless, and you will cherish them forever.

The estate also holds up to 300 guests, with full catering available so that you can look forward to photographs of all your friends and family in one of the most gorgeous venues in the country.

The estate’s commitment to preserving its historic accents makes this venue even more remarkable. With my years of experience as a wedding photographer, I will ensure that your photos incorporate elegant Jacobean details, combining the beauty of your wedding with the venue.

Even if you don’t feel fully comfortable having your photos taken, my style of photography ensures that the majority of the time, you won’t even notice me. I endeavour to capture your beautiful day as it unfolds, including all the precious split-second moments that mean the most.

Indian Wedding Photography at Froyle Park

Documentary-Led Froyle Park Wedding Photography

I always encourage the bride and groom to take some time to celebrate privately as a newlywed couple, where I can also capture some natural and fun portraits whilst allowing you to relax. This time will help you enjoy your wedding and continue your celebrations without worrying about being photographed.

I’ll encourage you to have at least ten minutes away from the celebrations as a newly married couple, ten minutes in which to capture some natural and fun portraits, and also give you a short break to relax.

With such a lovely venue as Froyle Park, you should spend the most important day of your life just taking in the gorgeous estate and the 80 acres of rolling countryside surrounding it, not posing for photographs!

While many couples choose not to take group shots, if they are important to you, the gardens are perfect for group photographs, featuring features such as an elegant tree-lined path, a grand fountain, and even an outdoor pagoda. When the gardens are decorated to the nines, they offer stunning and unique photo opportunities.

The Grantibandhan at Froyle Park Hampshire

Wedding Photography at Froyle Park

The venue is also big enough for the bride and groom to get ready on location, so a second photographer may be useful if you want coverage of both pre-ceremony preparations. This is also important if you have a long list of formal group photographs.

Its vast size boasts 27 luxury bedrooms, so if your guests want to stay the night and join you for breakfast the next morning, they can!

Additionally, the estate can be your ceremony and reception location, ensuring all your photographs flow flawlessly. Choose between the stunning gardens, the historic Great Hall, or the intimate Drawing Room to say your vows and embrace the romance.

The vast amount of windows also guarantees that your ceremony and reception will be blessed with beautiful lighting, ensuring every detail is captured impeccably.

However, if you prefer a church wedding, you can easily access the gorgeous St Mary’s village church from the grounds.

With my years of experience and the splendour of Froyle Park Country Estate, your wedding photographs will be extraordinary.

When you choose me as your wedding photographer, you can expect my photos to tell your story and capture your wedding day’s special moments and unique emotions.

The milni at Froyle Park

Photographer at Froyle Park

I was delighted when Numa and Rajat asked me to be their Froyle Park Wedding Photographer.

Froyle Park is one of the loveliest wedding venues in Hampshire, alongside its sister venue, Northbrook Park.

Numa and I have known each other since we were children. She has always been a highly intelligent, caring, and happy-go-lucky person.  We grew up in a similar circle of friends within the Nepalese community and did our fair share of partying.

A few years ago, I met Rajat through our mutual friends. He grew up in the United States and decided to live in the UK to be closer to Numa. They are making a beautiful couple, complementing each other.

I was lucky to spend further time with them in Paris earlier in the summer, as they wanted their pre-wedding shoot in Paris. You can view the photos of their ‘Paris Wedding Photographer’ here. It was an early start on the wedding day. Numa was already getting ready when I arrived at Froyle Park at around 7.30 am.

This extra time allowed me to capture the details of the day, which was especially important to Numa as she had put a lot of effort into hand-making them for the wedding. The wedding ceremony was held outside, in the gazebo, and started just after 11 am. Once the service was over, the guests congratulated the newlyweds.

The first part of the day was over. Numa & Rajat went inside to change into Nepalese/Indian clothing for the next part of the wedding day.


Asian Wedding – Froyle Park Wedding Photographer

The traditional Nepalese/Indian ceremony. Rajat and his family then went to the entrance to Froyle Park while Numa waited patiently indoors.

Rajat and his baraat entered with the dhol musicians playing traditional marriage beats!  The mix of Nepalese & Indian religious ceremonies started after the families introduced themselves.  After completing this, Numa & Rajat changed into their evening attire.

The reception was full of noise and joyous laughter, and the speeches were emotional and funny. Numa and Rajat’s first dance song was from the film Dirty Dancing, and they had choreographed their dance to it.

It was terrific watching Rajat lift Numa on cue! The day ended with Numa and Rajat making a Sparkler’s exit in the early hours of the following day. It was a long, exhausting, fabulously romantic, colourful wedding day.

Thank you to Numa and Rajat for sharing their wedding day with me. I wish you the best for the future.

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Looking for a Froyle Park Wedding Photographer?

I have been lucky and have photographed several weddings at Froyle Park, and I’m always excited to photograph a Froyle Park Wedding! If you’re looking for Froyle Park Wedding Photography, please do not hesitate to contact me via my contact form.