If you're planning a wedding at Easthampstead Park in Wokingham, this blog post is for you!
Susana and Dan got married last Summer at Easthampstead Park, an incredible Victorian mansion in Bracknell, Wokingham, with genuinely stunning grounds and the most beautiful decor. It was such a happy day, and even the weather played ball!
Susana got in touch with me last year, and her enquiry was so fun. She said she had studied photography and she loved my work, which of course, was super flattering for me. She initially enquired for an engagement session, but because of covid, Susana and Dan decided not to wait anymore and tie the knot instead.
Susana has the most infectious smile and laughter, as you can see from the photos, and I think their joy truly comes through.
The ceremony and the reception
The ceremony was an intimate affair at the local town hall. Susana wore the most amazing sparkly dress by Adrianna Papell with a stunning headpiece and pearl necklace to match the 20s vibe of the dress. Dan wore a navy suit and they both looked really elegant.
The reception was in the orangery at Easthampstead Park, which looks really trendy thanks to its big tropical plants and had been decorated with some golden and pearl balloons. The couple had a cocktail drinks reception there, and some of the guests were sitting right outside in the beautiful sun.
Why Easthampstead Park is a great place to get married
Easthampstead Park has lots of character and is one of the best places to get married in Bracknell, Wokingham. The venue offers onsite bedrooms so guests don’t have to leave early. Every single space is spectacular and we were spoilt for choices for pictures.
If you’re planning a wedding at Easthampstead Park, get in touch!
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