A winter wedding at Cowdray House, Midhurst

Cowdray House is a wonderfully unique and idyllic setting to host your wedding. Buck Hall, with its vaulted ceiling, stained glass windows and arched minstrels gallery is a spectacular space to say ‘I do’. The opulent wood-panelled Dining Room and several other garden locations are also licensed for ceremonies. 

Thank you to Rhiannon and Freddie to hire me for their wonderful wedding day and give me an amazing opportunity to shoot at our local wedding venue @cowdray in Midhurst. This place is just breath taking. 

Their ceremony room was beautifully decorated by a lovely florist Karen from @theblackbirdgarden. She did an amazing job and created the most romantic ceremony room with lots of lovely flowers and candles that I love so much! 

After the 'I do's' had been said and the confetti had been thrown it was time for the couple to relax and let the celebrations begin. All guests were entertained by a fantastic band The Diamond Boys. Almost every guest was singing and dancing along with them…Honestly, these talented musicians created the most amazing atmosphere in the room. 

After the group photos I took my couple for a nice relaxed walk and snapped some great photos. We were not fortunate with a beautiful sunset but were lucky enough get a rainy day. 

The celebrations continued with the reception meal followed by emotional speeches. After the cutting the cake, another amazing band Grayson got the dancing started.

It was so lovely to be part of this wedding and thank you so much to Rhiannon and Freddie for giving me this amazing opportunity to be part of it.  

Makeup and Hair

Sarah Elizabeth Hair and Make up

Cowdray House, Midhurst

Band (4 acoustic pieces)

The Diamond Boys


Carina Rose Bridal

Band and DJ - Grayson



Alexandra Wood



Cowdray Park is a country house at the centre of the 16,500-acre Cowdray Estate in Midhurst, West Sussex. The park lies in the South Downs National Park. The estate belongs to Viscount Cowdray, whose family have owned it since 1909. Photographer

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