Chenies Manor Wedding Photography – Liv & Rich

Liv and Rich’s wedding in September was bursting with floral prettiness. Chenies Manor was the perfect setting for their English country garden theme. 

If you are looking for your Chenies Manor Wedding Photography I hope this beautiful gallery will fill you with inspiration ahead of your big day.

Getting ready…

Liv started her preparations at a local hotel before moving over to the main bedroom at Chenies Manor for the finishing touches & putting on her dress! I loved her Gucci platforms – the most amazing Bridal shoe to show personality!

In order to make sure all parts of the day are photographed – my wedding photography package includes a second photographer. My wonderful assistant and second shooter will be there to add extra coverage throughout your day. Especially in moments when I am with you, away from your guests. This means you get a beautifully well rounded gallery beginning with both of your morning preparations.


Liv booked some wonderful suppliers to make her wedding vision a reality.
Venue: Chenies Manor
Hair & Makeup: Nicola Beddoes
Florals: Hannah Tiedeman
Bridal Dress: Catriona Dowse
Shoes: Gucci
Groom’s Suit: Gieves and Hawkes
Bridesmaid’s dresses: Needle & Thread
Stationary: Dahlia by Lauren
Jazz Quartet: Love Shovel
Evening Band: The Zoots


An aisle led with gorgeous floral features towards the impressive birdcage in the grounds of Chenies Manor.
The Jazz quartet played as all the guests took their seats eagerly anticipating the Bridal party’s entrance through the garden.

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The celebrations started with a champagne reception and the jazz quartet playing in the gardens. We had a pre-arranged list of family photos that we quickly worked through – I like to get these done right away so everyone can relax and enjoy! After a little bit of mingling the couple chose to take some time away together – while I snapped away and captured some beautiful couples portraits for them!


Liv and Rich both gave a speech and incorporated a drinking game into it! Each table was named after a place that is special to them and each guest was asked for their favourite tipple which was given in a miniature bottle with their name on as their wedding favour. When they heard the name of their table in the speech they had to take a shot! A great way to signal the start of the party!

Congratulations again Liv & Rich! It really was such a joy to capture your day!

If you are looking for your Chenies Manor Wedding Photographer please do get in touch via the contact page on my website. More information on my services can be found here.