Ashridge House Wedding Photographer

Cutting of the cake by the Bride and Groom on the famous Ashridge House staircase.

Ashridge House is a Grade I listed country house mansion, only 30 minutes north of London. It was built as a family home between 1808-1814 and has a fascinating history spanning 730 years. As a wedding photographer in Hertfordshire this is one of the venues I love being invited to.

My style of elegant documentary wedding photography is perfectly suited to this luxurious venue. From delicately lit portraits using natural light from the large windows, to dramatic and creative evening portraits using off camera flash – photographing your wedding at Ashridge House gives me the opportunity to use my skills and expertise to produce breath-taking results.

I would love to join you as your Ashridge House Wedding Photographer to capture your beautiful day at this incredible venue. I’m an experienced and professional photographer with lots of ideas and enthusiasm for stunning Ashridge house wedding photos. Please do get in touch and we can talk more about your plans.

Ashridge House Wedding Photographer
Confetti shower on bride and groom at Ashridge House
Bride and Groom covered in confetti by their guests as they walk down the stairs at Ashridge House.

Grade I Listed Country House in Berkhamsted

Set in 190 acres of landscaped gardens, an Ashridge House wedding photographer is spoilt for choice when it comes to backdrops for your portraits as newlyweds. The gothic architecture and turreted façade really make a jaw-dropping first impression as Ashridge House comes into view. Perhaps the most impressive part of Ashridge House history is the fact that it was once home to Henry VIII and his daughter Princess Elizabeth I. There is even an oak tree in the imposing woodland that was planted by Princess Victoria when she was just four years old.


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Ashridge House Weddings Photography

Bride and Groom first kiss on the staircase at Ashridge House.
Ashridge House Wedding Photographer

With a long history of lavish parties hosting royalty, prime ministers, and famous artists and writers; the five-star service continues at Ashridge House. The staff are accommodating to any requests and go the extra mile to make dreams for your wedding a reality.

Nine elegant, interconnecting function rooms provide flexibility for celebrations of any size or style. From elaborate Italianate plasterwork to Art Deco and Neo Gothic features, luxury and elegance can be found in every room. If you are looking for a majestic dining room you’ll be in awe of The Repton Hall, which was originally a conservatory connecting the main house with the chapel. A blessing in the chapel can be added to complete a traditional ceremony.

Wedding Photos at Ashridge House

The Main Hall features an incredible cantilevered staircase, perfect for making a fairytale entrance to your wedding ceremony. This iconic feature of the venue is irresistible to an Ashridge House Wedding Photographer and is one of the most popular locations for evening portraits.

The Sitting Room in the east wing is the ideal setting for bridal preparation. Capturing bridal portraits in the natural light from the large windows highlights every luxurious detail of a bride on her wedding day.

Groom Portrait from Ashridge House
Bride and Groom are welcomed by their guests into the The Repton Hall at Ashridge House.
Bride Prep at Ashridge House

Group portraits with your guests on the terrace allow me to include views of the picturesque countryside and formal gardens. I’ll also wander with you through the gardens, photographing your first walk together as newlyweds amongst the trees and flowers in the grounds of Ashridge House.

Wedding couples first walk from the south terrace into the gardens.

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Ashridge House Gardens

The formal gardens can also be used for outdoor ceremonies and drinks receptions. The gardens are breath-taking in full bloom during the summer months, but are equally impressive year-round with vast woodlands giving a vibrant autumnal display.

Surrounded by National Trust woodlands, Ashridge House has extensive gardens, designed by Humphrey Repton. He created no less than 15 different styles of garden for Ashridge House, including lawns, flower gardens, a rosary and a grotto.

The Italian Garden was added by Lady Marian Alford in 1849. She also created an arboretum, rhododendron walk, a formal moat and even a skating pond. Your wedding guests can play giant Jenga or croquet on the south lawn and soak up the atmosphere and history. I’ll document the fun and laughter in my unobtrusive documentary style, so you can look back on those moments forever.

Wedding guests mingle with canapes and cocktails on the west terrace of Ashridge House.

Getting Married at Ashridge House

Ashridge House is regularly used as the setting for feature films, just imagine the people who have walked through these grounds over the years! If you are feeling really energetic there are some fantastic jogging and biking trails to enjoy here, or just relax in the luxury and tranquillity of the house and gardens.

Bride and Groom portrait at Ashridge House

If you are getting married at Ashridge House and would like to hear more about my services and prices, please do get in touch or check out my wedding photography prices on the investment page for more details. I look forward to joining you and capturing your day at one of the top wedding venues in Hertfordshire.


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