Northbrook Park, is easily one of my favourite wedding venues in Hampshire. Not only did some of our closest friends get married there back in 2015, but it is such a beautiful wedding venue, with stunning grounds!
The weddings I have had a pleasure of photographing there, each having there own style and unique touches – just confirms how versatile this wedding venue is, a blank canvas if you like, that you can completely make it your own.
A couple of reasons why I absolutely love this venue – the first being maybe a bit obvious – but that ceremony room….is all the heart eyes from me right now! This room is amazing and no matter the weather outside, this room is instantly filled with light thanks to the incredible windows on both sides.

When I photographed Emily and Duggie’s wedding in The Vine Room it was torrential rain during the ceremony…I think we may have even heard a crackle of thunder – but you would have never known, it still looked light and bright inside this room.
Another thing I love about this venue is the beautiful bridal suite – a relatively new addition to the venue, but it is beautifully decorated, and the perfect spot to get ready. You can click here to see some images from weddings I have photographed at Northbrook Park.
Another reason why I absolutely love this venue is the grounds – they are just stunning – and make for a beautiful back drop for your wedding photographs and for your guests to enjoy.
Here are some photographs I took for the venue at a recent Open Day they held, to see it set up like this just showed again how different this wedding venue can look and be totally unique to you!


What a gorgeous wedding venue! Your editing style is really beautiful! Love those bright and airy shots and those greens look stunning! Have you photographed any real weddings at this venue?

Hey! Thank you so much for your comment. Yes I have photographed a lot here at this venue, a few are hyperlinked in this blog post x

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