Combermere Abbey Wedding Photography
Nestled between Cheshire and Shropshire sits Combermere Abbey an award-winning wedding venue. The Abbey oozes charm and elegance. Built in 1133 the estate was initially a monastery. The building has been lovingly restored and cared for over the years maintaining many original features. Combermere Abbey is now a family home as well as a spectacular venue for events and weddings. This is the perfect venue to capture stunning wedding photography. The North Wing of the building has recently undergone an 18 month restoration project. This is where the beautiful honeymoon suite is located. Renowned interior designer Nina Campbell worked on the project and delivered stunning results. The suite is decorated in traditional luxurious Tudor style complete with four poster bed. Newlyweds will benefit from butler service during their stay, you can’t get more luxury than that!
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“Combermere Abbey is a fantastic venue for wedding photos. The grounds are beautiful! We love the flowers in the walled gardens, they make for a gorgeous backdrop.”
Shane Webber Photography
Stunning Photo Locations
Combermere has so many fabulous locations for wedding photos. The mile long driveway takes you to the walled gardens through picturesque parkland. After passing ancient oak trees you come to an original stone archway. At every turn there are beautiful features to marvel at. Wedding photographers at The Abbey are spoilt for choice for places to take pictures. We love to use the idyllic natural setting as a backdrop to contemporary wedding photos. One of the best places for pictures at Combermere is The Glasshouse. Aptly named the Edwardian conservatory is brimming with charm. The entrance to The Glasshouse is through a beautiful maze. A wonderful place for wedding photos. The glass panels let natural light stream through, a very important component to achieving stunning wedding images.
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