• Dyrham Park Country Club Wedding

Dyrham Park Wedding photographer Zoë Cooper

‘They are absolutely amazing, we totally love them. You have captured the essence of the day, thank you so much for all your work!

Dyrham Park Wedding

Kayleigh and David’s was my first (but definitely not last) Dyrham Park Country Club wedding.

Dyrham Park is a Grade 2 listed mansion with over 200 acres of parkland. Renowned as a popular golf course, and now an equally popular wedding venue, with its close location to central London, the M25, and A1.

The Ceremony

Kayleigh spent her wedding morning at the family home joined by her Bridesmaids and family. Many of whom had travelled to the UK for the wedding. It was a hub of activity, hairspray, and conversations that make mornings photographing the girls such fun.

After leaving the girls all dressed up and ready go, I met the Groomsmen outside St Mary the Virgin Church welcoming guests and trying to stay cool in the September heat.

Fortunately, the Church provided welcomed shade for the guests as they watched Kayleigh and David exchange their vows.

If you want great confetti shots then it’s always a good idea to provide it for your guests. The stockpile of confetti at Kayleigh and David’s wedding was seriously impressive. Confetti was thrown on mass as the Bride & Groom made their exit from the Church.

The Reception

From St Mary the Virgin Church we made the short journey to Dyrham Park Country Club for the wedding reception.

Firstly, before joining their guests, we took a detour on golf buggies around Dyrham Park’s impressive grounds. A chance for some informal pictures of Kayleigh
and David, and for them to have 5 minutes together alone (except of course for me).

The formal wedding breakfast was kicked off with fantastic speeches from the Bride, Groom, Father of the Bride and Best Man, and toasted with a shot of Jagerbomb. Which some guests had easily mistaken for the balsamic vinegar and oil dip.

When it comes to the evening reception, the photos really speak for themselves. The first dance was epic, and after that the party started – and stayed off the scale. The dancefloor was packed all night. It was the perfect end to a stunning wedding of a great couple.

The Details

Make-up Artist: Makeup by Rachel https://www.makeupbyrachel.org

Wedding ceremony held at: St Mary the Virgin Church, Hadley Green, Barnet

Wedding reception held at: Dyrham Park Country Club, Galley Lane, Barnet

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