Chavenage House wedding photography from Mark and Jo’s wedding in September 2010. To describe Jo as slightly nervous or a bit of a worrier is perhaps and understatement. There has never been anyone more anxious on their wedding day than Jo. Yet, regardless of this she is simply the loveliest person ever. Very caring and […]
A few Chavenage House winter wedding photos from Dave and Lucy’s wedding in December 2010. Winter weddings are becoming ever more popular, it’s a great time of year to get friends and family together and with wedding venues catering with a festive twist it’s certainly a nice idea. For a photographer it’s a totally different […]
We just want to say a huge thank you. The photographs are so beautiful; we always knew they’d be good but we can’t get over how much emotion from the day you’ve captured, along with all the little details of things that you wouldn’t have known the significance of.
I had no idea you’d photographed my jewellery – which nearly had me in tears (again!) as it belonged to my great grandmother. Even a beautiful photo of my shoes! It seems you were everywhere without us even realising it, thank you.
But most important of all, you captured our family and friends and all the emotion of the day. Apart from actually being able to have the day back again to be with everyone, I don’t think there’s much that could make us happier than having all these memories of our day captured.
Chavenage House, is a unique location for your wedding, having featured in a number of film and TV productions. The peaceful surroundings of the historic wedding venue have been relatively unchanged in 400 years. Since 1845 the 22-bedroomed house has been home to the Lowsley-Wiliams family who are happy to open their home for weddings.
It’s got bags of rustic charm and caters well for wedding couples who can also use the Church nearby in Tetbury for their wedding ceremony if needs be.