Dewsall Court Wedding Photography
Herefordshire wedding photographer at Dewsall Court
Dewsall Court is set in 12 acres of breathtaking Herefordshire countryside. The main house is a restored 17th century country mansion, but the estate also boast a modern barn conversion, an ancient Church plus luxurious accommodation. The house was built in 1644 by Richard Pearle, whose family lived at Dewsall for over 100 years. It was the birth place of the colourful 1st Duke of Chandos (1673 – 1744), who was a great patron of the arts, but thanks to an indulgent lifestyle, went bankrupt and the property was bought by Guys Hospital, who owned the Court for over 300 years. During the Second World War it is rumoured to have stored precious paintings for the National Gallery for safe keeping due to the threat of the blitz in London. In the following years the house fell into disrepair, until purchased by the present owners, the Robinson family in 1989. It acted as a family homes, until deciding to host weddings and events. Below is collection of wedding photography that I have undertaken at Dewsall Court.
“We have received your photos and are so happy with them, thanks so much. I can see many hours being spent trawling over them trying to decide ones to frame etc! We really appreciated having someone so calm, friendly, professional and unobtrusive around.”
Arabella & Nathaniel / Dewsall Court wedding
On Saturday 2nd April I travelled from my base in South Wales to Herefordshire for the wedding of Arabella and Nathaniel. I started the morning with the bride at Dewsall Court where she was beginning her preparations for the day. A short while later I caught up with the groom at his ushers' lunch...
Here are a few wedding photographs that I created for Victoria and James who were married on Saturday 14th September 2013 at Dewsall Court in Herefordshire. The preparations took place at the main house, a short walk from St Michael's and All Angels' Church, where the marriage ceremony took place...