Hampton Court House is a magical wedding venue.
Nestled on the edge of Bushy Park, and just next to Hampton Court Palace. It feels hidden away and overlooks the greens of the park with loads of deer just walking up to the windows of the school. The building itself has this beautiful texture to it. You can tell it’s still very much still a working school, but what I love is that the building hasn’t been “overly” remodelled. You can still very much feel the history in the building. With the fires going in the great room, it really feels like you’re stepping back in time. So I was delighted when Holly and Sean asked me to photograph their wedding in such a spectacular location.
During our client meeting, Holly and Sean mentioned they were only allowed “six handfuls” of confetti by the venue. This happens from time to time, and I’m always keen to suggest bubbles as a confetti replacement. Bubbles photograph really well, and hang about in the air longer than confetti does. If you add the addition of a couple of proper bubble guns to the mix, it makes a magical moment and you can still have the grand exit without the mess of confetti. I’m so glad Holly and Sean took me up on this recommendation, it’s one of the best bubble exit’s I’ve seen in a long time.
I loved photographing this wedding. Holly and Sean are such fantastic people, and it was great to be a part of their day. I really feel like their wedding came together spectacularly, even though the weather wasn’t our friend on the day.
If you’re planning a wedding at Hampton Court House, please do get in touch! This venue is very much up my street in turns of style and I would be delighted to photograph there again!