Wedding Photography at Deene Park

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Deene Park is steeped in history. First bought by Sir Robert Brudenell in 1514, Deene Park remains the property of the Brudenell family today!  The country manor is surrounded by an expanse of parkland including a parterre, large gardens – both formal and wild and even boasts its own lake, complete with beautiful bridge. It’s the perfect venue for incredible wedding photography!

Weddings and wedding photography at Deene Park can be typically held on the east lawn or within one of the walled gardens. Using the Tudor aspect of the house as a backdrop, the main house offers many suitable areas for a marquee wedding reception.

Now licensed for weddings and civil ceremonies, the dining room within the house is the idyllic setting for your wedding reception. Overlooking the gardens and lake, this room is simply stunning. Able to comfortably seat 60, the dining room is perfect for the slightly smaller, more intimate wedding ceremony.

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Upon leaving the dining room, now married (eek!) drinks and canapés can be served within the great hall before heading into the gardens for wedding photography at Deene Park. As mentioned, there are vast areas of outside space – ideal for the even the largest wedding party photograph! With many smaller, more intimate and sometimes quirky backdrops available too, the gardens really are the perfect host for wedding photography.

                For romantic photography – for just the two of you, there are so many places to go. We must admit however that the bridge and lake are definitely toward the top of our list of favourites!

With space to site a marquee for up to 180 guests, many more are able to join the party for your wedding breakfast or evening function. The marquees at Deene Park are expertly and lovingly built by the team at Rutland Marquees.

Well, what are you waiting for…….? Book to view Deene Park for your wedding and wedding photography today!

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