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Farnham House Hotel

Farnham House Hotel

Farnham House Hotel is a beautiful country mansion nestled up a very long and romantic winding drive just outside of Farnham Surrey – the perfect venue for a traditional English country wedding.

I say traditional, but as with all venues the mood and style can be easily changed through venue dressing and styling, and your own personal touches.  What I love about Farnham House Hotel, is that everything is right there, in one gorgeous little package.  There is an area if you wish to have a wedding outside, or a more traditional oak panelled room if you fancy a more intimate and cosy feel.  The inside space and staircase are gorgeous should the whether make you stay indoors, or the gardens at Farnham House Hotel are, well, what can I say, inspirational.  I usually find it hard to narrow down the locations for photographs, and it works on so many levels photographically as a venue, with gorgeous light, trees, blossom, fields of horses, quirky gates and unique nooks and textured walls.  It really does have it all whatever style of wedding that you are planning!

Farnham House Hotel can offer either a civil ceremony option (as I said, indoors or out – weather depending!), or in this case as a local Farnham venue after a traditional church wedding.  I always love a church wedding, especially one as pretty as this one in Wrecclesham.  It also meant that there was a long and windy drive up the long approach to Farnham House Hotel, where we also stopped the car momentarily to get some photographs with the horses that were there to greet us!

The cars for this wedding were also very special, the groom being able to borrow and drive an Aston Martin from work.  Of course we also made the most of that in the photos, although I am not sure how easy it was for the bride to get in and out of!

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