Linley Estate is known for its iconic life-sized LOVE letters in its garden, but we adore the bridal room the most. It's a beautiful well lit space with rustic floorboards, chaise lounge and an ornate mirror - perfect for bride prep photos. Sadly, Linley Estate permanently closed at the start of 2020 (and we were tempted to buy those LOVE letters for our studio). Although the venue has closed, the memories made there will live on for John and Amanda through these photos!Contact Us
John and his mates got ready at his family home. Sporting royal blue suits, pale pink ties, with whacky socks, these guys had groomsmen written all over them. We grabbed some portraits of the boys along with some family photos with John's parents and then it was off to Linley Estate to meet the lovely bride.
We love this bridal room as it's so fresh and airy with enough room for group shots. We made the most of it taking over 200 photos of Amanda and the girls, so what you see here is only a fraction of what we delivered!
I like the first photo below. To walk the bride from the bridal room to the chapel without being seen by late guests, staff use massive white umbrellas to shield her from prying eyes. Here are two of their friendly staff waiting for Amanda to step out.
Linley Estate boasts a couple of acres of gardens, so there are numerous spots for photos all within walking distance of each other. And of course, there are the LOVE letters.
John and Amanda's day ended with a fantastic dinner reception, and lots of dancing!