On the 17th of February 2017 Rosanna and Andy held their Georgian manor wedding at Hampton Court House, a stunning 18th Century manor house set within 9 acres of gorgeous gardens. The wedding was photographed by the incredibly talented Douglas Fry Photography.
Rosanna got ready in an elegant hotel room overlooking the River Thames with her bridesmaids. She wore a stunning trumpet gown with a detachable train and a beautiful shrug to bring the outfit together. While Rosanna was getting ready for the big day, Andy and his ushers enjoyed a delicious lunch together at a cosy 17th Century pub before heading to the manor to prepare for the ceremony. Rosanna made her grand appearance at the manor through the dramatic double doors to the ceremony.
The ceremony took place in the grand dining hall, complete with fireplace, piano and 10m tall ceilings. The ceremony room is at the very heart of the manor and once would have played host to the extravagant parties of its previous owners including the 4th Earl of Sandwich, but today the historic venue accommodated Rosanna and Andy’s magnificent wedding.
Rosanna and Andy made the most out of the stunning landscape of the manor’s gardens with some simply exquisite photos. The garden’s natural beauty is complimented by the manor’s seclusion and exceptional Georgian architecture, creating a wonderful private and romantic environment outside, which is perfectly captured in these images.
After enjoying a delicious meal prepared by the manor’s expertly trained chefs Rosanna and Andy’s reception began. The celebration took place in the enchanting conservatory, where the newlyweds shared their first dance, cut their cake, and danced the night away.
All of these stunning images come from Douglas Fry Photography.