Weddings at Wotton House
Harriet and James were married at the fantastic Wotton House, a prestigious 17th Century country house set in the tranquil Surrey countryside. You can’t help but just love Wotton House for wedding photography with its Roman styled temples, ponds, a stream all set in 20 acres of listed gardens. The house was first mentioned in the Doomsday book, a real slice of history.
The wedding day itself
The day started nearby at Harriet’s parents house and after all the miserable weather recently the blue sky that greeted us was a bonus. We then headed to Wotton House to meet with James before the ceremony who was looking very dapper. The ceremony room at Wotton House is fantastic. It is an old library with vaulted ceilings. It almost looks like a church and the staff do a great job in decorating and lighting the room which adds so much atmosphere. The ceremony was full of joy and laughter capturing tons of emotion. With the weather not the greatest we made use of the old library for the group photos so the guests didn’t have to brave the rain and cold!
Drinks and canapés followed and we managed to get Harriet and James outside in the stunning gardens for a short while before they were whisked off inside for a greeting line and the wedding breakfast. After some heartfelt speeches it was time to cut the cake and get on the dance floor to get that party started. Kudos to James for learning all the dance moves on what looked like a tricky routine, I would have been lost!
Congratulations to Harriet and James on a wonderful day and thanks for giving me the opportunity to be a part of the occasion. If you are planning a wedding at this fantastic location then get in touch via the contact form for some more information about my services.
Here are some photos from the day.
All photos by Wotton House Wedding Photographer Carl Glancey