where is your wedding in Berkshire?

I have shot weddings at some of the most beautiful wedding venues in Berkshire. But I really love the other parts, the less well known areas, the forests, parks, rolling hills and quaint villages. I have explored Bracknell Forest in the pouring rain, shooting couples who are just happy in the moment, spending time with each other & ready to spend the rest of their lives together.

Ok, so where do you start?

You have decided your wedding day is going to be in Berkshire. The next thing to do is have a think about where you will hold your day, and what sort of place will it be? Will it be for example in the city or will it be rural. Get on Pinterest and Instagram, do some window shopping and get inspiration, there is LOADS out there.

In Berkshire the good & bad news is that you have loads of choice. Firstly if you prefer a city/town loacation you have a good range of places to choose from. Windsor is an obvious one, I have shot quite a few weddings in the city centre, it’s iconic, it’s actually pretty practical from a few perspectives, and there’s tonnes of choice for more unique pictures. You won’t regret making Windsor your choice. Reading, a bustling city with alot going on, a bit more edgy perhaps, if your brave there are some cool ‘urban-scapes’ to use for photos. You could definately come away with some different wedding photos. Further West is Newbury, a beautiful market town with the convenience of some cool bars & pubs. A friend of mine actually held his festival themed wedding in the garden/field of a pub in Newbury.

Where else in Berkshire is there?

As well as iconic locations like Windsor, there are lots of other options. The Thames runs through the county and there are venues along the river. Tucked away in places you would not think, there are country manors and estates. I have shot a wedding in a forest in Berkshire, in the grounds of a country manor, where a music festival used to be located!
The stage is still there and everything! We danced until 3am under the stars, to rave music pumped through the silent disco headphones!
The North Wessex Downs cuts through the far west of Berkshire. The best thing to do here is go for a drive in the hills and lowlands and see what you can find, you’ll be surprised how many locations will hold a wedding if you just pop in and ask, why not give it a try!
If you are looking for your Berkshire wedding photographer, I really want to hear from you. You can also check out some of my recent work here.

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Berkshire wedding photographer.

I am based on the Surrey/Berkshire border, just outside of London. If you are planning your wedding in Berkshire I would love to have a chat and hear all about your plans. I put my heart and soul into every wedding, elopement and couple shoot. And I would love to do the same for your day, no matter where or when.
To book just get in touch and I take it all from there for you. I just require some details aboout your day, a small deposit, and we can get started.
For a look at a recent wedding at the beautiful Stokes Farm Barn in Berkshire, take a look here.