Froyle park wedding photographer | Lauz Photography
Located in the quaint village of Upper Froyle in North-East Hampshire, just over an hour outside London, the Froyle Park estate is rich in history that dates back to 1086, when it was a royal manor in the reign of Edward the Confessor. Later, the manor was given by William the Conqueror to the nuns of St Mary’s Abbey.
The current house, with elegant Jacobean features, was built in 1620 on the site of a former monastery. Imagine striking photographs in front of the large, ornate fireplace and the bride making her dramatic entrance down the grand staircase.
Liz & James married at froyle park
On a beautiful spring day, we had the pleasure of photographing Liz & James wedding at the magnificent Froyle Park in the quaint village of upper Froyle. With exclusive use and utter privacy, this grand country manor house provided extensive grounds offering the most romantic setting for an unforgettable day.Liz got ready for the day at her parents house with her bridesmaids. We arrived and were greeted by a very relaxed wedding party who made every effort to welcome us as their own. Liz chose a beautiful gown by Mark Lesley purchased at Boo Bridal in hartley Wintney. Her colour theme was pink and grey accompanied by lovely flowers from moutan Flowers
The ceremony was held at All Saints church, dogmersfield followed by the reception in Froyle park.
Make-up by: Claire Hayes
Brides Hair by: Sasha de pasquale
Bridesmaids Hair by: Studio 12 Hair & Beauty Salon