Cowdray House and Cowdray Heritage ruins are set in the stunning landscape of Cowdray Park, in the heart of the South Downs. It’s a beautiful location for a wedding that exude history and elegance and represent a gorgeous back drop for the ceremony and reception.
The day before the wedding, we met at ruins for a pre-wedding shoot. Under a little rain we walked together in the park laughing and joking. After Tam and Rhianna met their friends for a breakfast and we followed Tam to the Hownhall Shooting where they had a lesson of shooting! It was been incredible! They were literally on fire!
On the day of the wedding, Cowdray House was transformed into a beautiful ceremony room, filled of tiers and smiles as Rhianna walked down the aisle, looking stunning in her wedding dress.
Shortly after the ceremony, Tam, Rhianna and I slipped away for 10 minutes to capture some newlywed shots in the grounds of nearby Cowdray House. It’s a perfect time to capture some memorable and unique images , while guests ambled from the ceremony to enjoy reception drinks.
After a really emotional Rhianna’s speech anticipated the cake cutting and inaugurated the celebrations.
The dinner room was a dream! A perfect set under the incredible atmosphere of light candles.
As the day stretched into the evening, the first dance of Tam and Rhianna kicks off the party and guests wasted little time in throwing some shapes on the dance floor until the day after.
And now… Enjoy the pictures!