WHY I LOVE SYON PARK HOUSE AND GREAT CONSERVATORY - AND YOUR GUESTS WILL TOO
So what does a Syon Park wedding photographer love about the venue? Mostly it's about having a solid "Plan B" in the case of inclement weather and Syon is one of those places where I'm not looking at the weather forecast 50 times an hour the night before a wedding. I've photographed drinks receptions and speeches in the Long Gallery against the backdrop of booming thunder-claps and lightning flashes that lit up the whole room and shot the all important family group photos in the Great Conservatory when it was windy enough outside to blow the feathers off a chicken.
Take a look at the gallery of images below and if you find you connect with some of them connect with me and we can start talking about how to get you photographs you'll feel proud to be in.
What's not to like about Syon Park. Just 25 minutes from Central London but feeling like you could be anywhere in the English countryside Syon Park is both awe inspiring and welcoming in equal measures. One thing Syon Park doesn't scrimp on is the amount of spaces that can be used for the wedding. Ceremonies can be held in the Great Hall or State Dining Room (or both, as happened at one of the weddings I photographed at Syon House).
The drinks reception can be held in the sheltered Inner Courtyard or if it rains the Robert Adam designed Long Gallery will serve as the backdrop for welcoming hugs and congratulations. Later, the Grand Conservatory will host the wedding breakfast and party under the canopy of the night Stars.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“WHAT A BEAUTIFUL STORY OF OUR DAY. EVERY PHOTO I LOOK AT I THINK IS MY FAVOURITE, AND THEN I SEE ANOTHER. YOU'VE CAPTURED EVERY MOMENT AND EMOTION. I GET ALL TINGLY LOOKING AT THEM”