Ufton Court is a superb place to get married. The venue boasts an Elizabethan mansion, a Tithe Barn, and extensive well kept gardens. At my recent visit the whole day went off smoothly thanks to the organisation and expertise of their dedicated wedding team (well done Verity & co).
Here are a few shots from the day. You can find more on my Ufton Court wedding photography page.
I look forward to working at Ufton Court again!
Sandford Springs is a super place to get married! Having visited so many venues it was obvious to me, as I wandered around, that everything was well set up to host a seamless wedding experience. On site is The Clock House (a bespoke ceremony building), an hotel, and of course the golf club itself (complete with large dining, dancing and bar facilities). My seal of approval was confirmed when I met Robin, the Events Coordinator. He knows the place back to front, what works on a wedding day, what needs to be done and when, and he is totally focused on giving the Bride & Groom exactly what they want. Everything in Robin's world is done with care and some gentle humour.
I look forward to working at Sandford Springs again in the future.
For more photos from my last wedding there see my link on Sandford Springs Golf Club
Well, it happens!
.... But not as often as you might think. Britain is notoriously wet, but the reality is that on any given day there will be non raining windows of opportunity. This might not be convenient and might give you and your photographer a bit of a headache, but even on a wet day it is often possible to grab half an hour when it's dry.
Even so, it's always advisable to have a contingency plan. I have done many weddings where, pretty as the outside was, the indoor "Rainy Day option" was stunning. It's not always the end of the world!
Whatever the weather, try and chill out. If it rains have an umbrella at the ready, maybe even some dazzling wellies. It's what happened on your wedding day, embrace it and enjoy it!