Horsted Place weddings are amazing affairs, set in this fantastic country house setting. Horsted Place offers country house weddings in the beautiful East Sussex countryside. Weddings at Horsted Place can be held in three areas allowing ceremonies – the library and the Terrace room inside, and the Victorian summer house can be used on sunny days for outdoor ceremonies. The venue can be hired on an exclusive use basis, allowing all rooms to be used and your guests can stay over. By booking exclusively, music and dancing in the orangery can be offered.
Horsted Place was built in Eighteen Fifty by George Myers Francis Barchard, and is one of the finest examples of Gothic revivalist architecture to be found in Britain today. Most of the original detail was designed by Augustus Pugin, who was widely regarded as England’s most influential early Victorian Architect.
In Nineteen Sixty Five the house was sold to Lord Rupert Nevill who refurbished the property. As a long standing friend of the Duke of Edinburgh, Lord Rupert Nevill regularly entertained The Queen and Prince Phillip.
Horsted Place has beautiful grounds that make for great wedding photographs, using the house itself as a backdrop and in the shadier, wooded parts of the grounds. Inside, there are numerous spots for bride and groom portraits – great if the weather isn’t so kind, but also useful for evening, more romantic or atmospheric shots.
For more information about Horsted Place weddings, please visit the main Horsted Place website.
If you’re getting married or having a reception at Horsted Place and are looking for Horsted Place wedding photography, please contact me to discuss your plans.
All photographs copyright David Burke Photography 2013