Our beautiful couple, Seun and Michael who met at university, decided to have their Painshill Park wedding at The Conservatory. Their wedding is one of the most fun and relaxed weddings we’ve ever shot. The bride, Seun is Nigerian and the groom, Michael is from Sunderland. They promised it would be a loud and colourful day. And they really delivered! The bride began her day with close friends getting ready at a beautiful apartment in Notting Hill. Michael spent the morning at their home taking care of final preparations before the ceremony at The Holy Trinity Brompton church near the famous V&A in central London.
The beautiful Gothic church features a contemporary interior making it feel modern. We’d say it’s suitable for large wedding ceremonies of 100+ guests. Following the church ceremony the couple held their wedding reception at Painshill Park in Cobham. Painshill Park is full of unusual ‘monuments’ by Charles Hamilton. There is so much to explore all within short walk. There is a stunning lake, a Gothic temple, a Chinese bridge, a ruined abbey, a Turkish tent and a grotto. Most of all, the day was a real celebration of two cultures coming together. One of the most energetic weddings we’ve ever seen, certainly one to remember!
The most unusual element of the venue is it’s link to the past, with it’s bizarre and wonderful design features placed around Painshill Park. It offers stunning gardens, wild forests and lake views for you to explore together. Most of all this offers a huge choice of settings for your portrait photos on the day.
The wedding venue itself, the conservatory is a huge white marquee, perfect for large weddings. It’s surrounded by a private walled garden with gorgeous flowers. although it’s in a remote location away from London, the venue offers plenty of parking for guests.