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As a busy wedding photographer in Milton Keynes, I am lucky enough to work at some amazing wedding venues, and this is certainly the case when I return to capture wedding photography at Horwood House

About Horwood House

Nestled in rural Buckinghamshire, Horwood House is a stunning Grade II listed arts and crafts manor house built in 1911.  Having recently undergone a £6 million refurbishment, it has retained all of its period charm yet offers all the luxury and modern comforts you would expect from a premier wedding venue. 

Its interiors are simply stunning with sweeping staircases, stone fireplaces, chandeliers and beautiful bay lead light windows that flood the rooms with lots of natural light that I play with to create even more beautiful images.  Us Wedding Photographers in Milton Keynes can never have too much natural light!

Getting Married at Horwood House

Horwood House has four indoor licensed ceremony areas that can accommodate weddings from intimate elopements through to grand celebrations for up to 250 guests and everything in between.  Their talented in-house catering team can create bespoke wedding menus and with a series of wedding packages that cover as little or as much as you wish, you have everything you need for the perfect wedding in Buckinghamshire.

The Outdoors at Horwood House

As the birthplace of famous gardener Percy Thrower, it’s no wonder that the 38 acres of gardens at Horwood House are simply stunning and the perfect location for an outdoor ceremony.  Pytheas Garden is their idyllic outdoor ceremony space and is accessed through their secret garden gate.  Vows are exchanged under a pretty wedding pavilion with guests seated in rows to create a natural aisle. 

When I capture wedding photography at Horwood House, I always whisk my couples away for a few minutes for a mini-photoshoot around the stunning gardens and grounds.  The idyllic Tudor style garden with its manicured lawns and ornamental lily pond gives me endless backdrops for romantic images. 

The gardens at Horwood House also make a fantastic location for a pre wedding photoshoot.  When I captured pre wedding photography at Horwood House for Tahnia and Dheeraj, we got some really romantic portrait images of them by the lake, under the wisteria clad main entrance and by the ornamental lily pond.  Here, take a look! 

Function Rooms at Horwood House

Horwood House’s newly refurbished Wedding Ceremony Room has high ceilings, a feature stone fireplace and a bay window that provides the perfect spot for saying your vows.  Period botanical artwork adorn the light glistening wall coverings creating a soft and romantic vibe. 

The Cook Suite can accommodate civil ceremonies and evening receptions for up to 250 guests and wedding breakfasts up to 200 guests. It has its own lounge and bar area and is located in a private and exclusive part of the hotel. 

The Eyre Suite is a light and airy space with direct access to the patio and gardens.  It can accommodate wedding ceremonies for up to 120 guests and 100 guests for a sit-down wedding breakfast. 

The Manor Lounge is mainly used for ceremonies and arrival drinks and can accommodate up to 90 guests.  It’s in the oldest part of the house so has lots of period features including a lovely library as well as having its own bar area with direct access to the gardens. 

When I was a Wedding photographer at Horwood House for Gemma and Andrew, they chose the cosy and intimate setting of The Manor Lounge.  And I got some gorgeous images of them on the stunning wood staircase and in front of the feature fireplace.  Here, take a look!