10 Top Photo Opportunities at Wasing Park

While you might spend a considerable amount of time choosing your favourite wedding photographer, have you thought about the particular images you would like him or her to capture?

Luckily, at Wasing Park, photographers tend to run out of time before they run out of beautiful locations! We hope this list of our top spots for photo opportunities might offer a little inspiration.

A bride and groom take a moment away from guests to capture personal wedding photos on their wedding day at Wasing Park

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Photographers are often led by the lighting conditions. The tree-lined driveway can provide a stunning environment for photographs throughout the year.

Newlyweds walk down the tree lined driveway at Wasing Park on their wedding day

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Wedding preparation shots can capture so many emotions. Whether it’s in The Stables Lodge where the bridal party are getting ready or one of the Old Estate Rooms where the groomsmen are trying to keep the groom calm, these quirky spaces are the perfect backdrops to capture these special pre-ceremony moments.

Bridesmaids help the bride with final preparations before her wedding ceremony at Wasing Park

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If you choose to have a religious ceremony, be sure to capture St Nicholas Church in your photographs, both inside and out.

A bride and groom celebrate after their wedding ceremony at St Nicholas Church at Wasing Park

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For your civil ceremony, the light-filled Garden Room is a dream for photographers, particularly when you walk up and down the aisle with the gardens in the background.

The Garden Room at Wasing Park is the perfect space to capture beautiful wedding photographs of your wedding ceremony

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Don’t forget the details, from pretty floral decorations in the Garden Room to your décor in the Castle Barn.

A wedding photographer captured beautiful floral details and wedding decorations in the Castle Barn at Wasing Park

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An outdoor ceremony in the Victorian Summerhouse lends itself to some dreamy photographs. Try to capture its beautiful mural interior.

A bride and groom say their wedding vows during an outdoor wedding ceremony at Wasing Park

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Welcome drinks on the lawn gives your photographer an opportunity for some relaxed group shots.

Capture relaxed wedding photographs on the lawns during your drink reception at Wasing Park

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When it comes to your couple shots, take a walk around the gardens and capture the ever-changing colours dictated by the seasons. In the spring, the blossom trees look stunning in front of the church, the Smithy and the Dovecote. In the autumn, the gardens are filled with warm, autumn hues. If you’re marrying in the winter months, be sure to have a wrap or shawl so you can enjoy some beautiful outdoor shots – we love Wasing Park when there is a frost!

Newlyweds make the most of the autumn leaves in the gardens at Wasing Park during their autumn wedding

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Moving in to the Castle Barn, be sure to capture the natural joy, emotion or horror(!) of your wedding speeches.

A couple enjoy the wedding speeches in the Castle Barn at Wasing Park

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And finally, you’ll want to remember your fabulous evening celebration. Make sure to speak to your photographer about snapping some great (and possibly embarrassing!) dance floor photographs.

Newlyweds take to the dance floor to perform their first dance in the Castle Barn at Wasing Park

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If you have yet to see Wasing Park for yourself, we would love to show you all we have to offer. Give our friendly wedding team a call on 0118 907 0199 or contact us online.

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