Hanbury manor wedding video

The beautiful manor house began its life as a home to the Hanbury family that later was adopted into a Roman Catholic boarding school known as Poles Convent.  The chapel with its original features now acts as the main banqueting hall recognised as Poles Hall. This country estate offered a romantic setting for Laura & Adam with 200acres of picturesque parkland, it was a dream in creating this wonderful wedding video Hertforshire and a wonderful place for Laura & Adam to tie the knot..

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Tim & Hannah a Moor Park wedding venue video

Moor Park wedding venue Mansion is a Grade I listed Palladian mansion set within over 300 hundred acres in Hertfordshire.

The name Moor Park originates from the old park of the Manor of More, which is where the mansion and golf courses now sit.

The original house was built in 1678 for James, Duke of Monmouth. In 1732, Benjamin Hoskins Styles, who had made a fortune in The South Sea Company, purchased it and the current appearance of the mansion, including the magnificent paintings within the Main Hall, Thornhill Room and Grand Staircase can be traced to his time at the mansion.The beauty of Moor Park extends to the outside too, with impressive gardens that make a picture-postcard backdrop for your wedding album and wedding video as well as the ideal place to serve the welcome drinks to your guests on a balmy summer’s day. Romantic candlelit receptions, drinks reception served amidst the Italian murals of the Main Hall, you are sure to feel like the Lord and Lady of the Manor just like Tim and Hannah did with this their wedding video.

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Andrew & Ana Wrest Park Orangery wedding video, 8th September 2012

Wrest park orangery wedding is a truly stunning location to have had the pleasure in filming Andrew and Ana’s wedding video. This is the fourth time I have filmed a Wrest Park Orangery wedding video, and its becoming one of my favorite wedding venues. Think of a grand French chateau in miniature, fabulous grounds with fountains, lawns, wooded walks and flower gardens, dotted with statues and ornate follies. Then visualise your wedding video against the breath-taking backdrop of Wrest Park’s a magical early 19th century mansion with its magnificent 92 acre gardens. If you yearn for stunning historic surroundings mixing elegant French architecture with a grand and picturesque landscape, then Wrest Park wedding will be your ideal wedding day film location.  The Orangery once home to some of the largest orange trees in England, this grand garden pavilion, just a short walk from the main house, is the perfect location for a summer wedding ceremony, drinks reception or evening dinner. A marquee site on the lawns nearby, shaded by lovely mature trees, can accommodate up to 2,000 guests for dining and dancing in this magical garden setting – one of the most important historic landscapes in the land.

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