Set on an 8-acre historic estate in the beautiful Gloucestershire countryside, Eastington Park is a Georgian manor house that is ideally situated between Bristol and Cheltenham. I’m a sucker for luxury venue details, and this place is pretty much packed with them! As an Eastington Park wedding photographer, the spiral staircase had me hooked from the moment I first saw it, and I love using it to create award-winning wedding photos you’ll be proud to show off forever!
Eastington Park Wedding Photography
The spiral staircase is just one of the stunning features I can include as part of your Eastington Park wedding photography, there’s a whole estate to explore and even a river and tree swing! It’s not just about epic portraits though, I’m also always looking for those emotional moments and getting amongst your guests to capture how it felt to be there on your day. Kayleigh and Carl’s wedding at Eastington Park was full of emotion, from tears of happiness to rolling on the floor laughing – it was great fun to be their Eastington Park wedding photographer!
Eastington Park Weddings
Weddings at Eastington Park have the benefit of exclusive use, with a capacity of up to 250 evening guests and a 24-hour bar license… the party can really get started! Plus, the onsite accommodation means some of your guests can make a weekend of it, and stay over to enjoy the luxury a little longer (at least until the hangover subsides anyway!).
Ceremonies can be held indoors in the elegant Morning Room, or outside in the garden pergola – there’s also a church within a 10-minute walk if you’d prefer a traditional church ceremony before your Eastington Park wedding reception. I love an outdoor wedding, especially when there’s a bit of a breeze to keep everyone cool and create some lovely movement for me to capture – like this moment where Kayleigh’s veil swept across her and Carl as they got married.
Check out some more selected highlights from Kayleigh & Carl’s beautiful wedding at Eastington Park in Stonehouse, Gloucestershire – watch out for the cardboard guest!