I was delighted when Anil & Alex asked me to photograph their wedding at the beautiful Wasing Park, near Aldermaston, Berkshire.
In the modern era where minimalist, contemporary design often prevails, it is refreshing to come across a venue which is truly timeless.
Wasing Park is located in beautiful Berkshire just two miles from Midgham train station. Driving across the 18th century parkland indicates to guests that something special is just around the corner, and that is exactly the case when the gorgeous rural retreat is revealed.
Unlike many wedding venues, Wasing Park is more like an intimate community than a simple structure. It is not just a building but an idyllic and picturesque haven which makes it ideal for an unforgettable wedding.
Every aspect has been considered, making for a magical experience at Wasing Park. The main wedding venue is stylishly dated; understated browns and reds bring out the rustic charm of the architecture. Classic stained glass windows bridge the gap between inside and out, deep-rooted earthy trees providing a natural backdrop ideal for wedding photos.
But it is not simply the stunning wedding venue that makes Wasing Park so unique. It is the aura of what almost feels like a village. There is the Garden Room with sliding glazed walls filling the ceremony with fresh country air. There is the Castle Barn with wonderfully archaic stone walls seating up to 150 guests for a remarkable meal. And, of course, there are the irresistible natural surroundings leading guests to naturally and progressively spread across the venue as the evening draws to a close.
Having all aspects of your wedding in such close proximity is pragmatic but, much more importantly, Wasing Park provides the unrivalled splendour and charm necessary for a wedding you’ll never forget.
You can visit the venue website here.
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