Cambridgeshire Wedding Photographer’s Top 5 Wedding Venues

May 12, 2020

Cambridgeshire Wedding Photographer

I have just relocated from East London to a little town in Cambridgeshire and I am in love. My neighbours, the shops, the community, the pooches walking down the road and the stunning wedding venues are all reasons why I decided to become a Cambridgeshire Wedding Photographer.

South Farm – My favourite choice as a Cambridgeshire Wedding Photographer

Top on my list of Cambridgeshire Wedding Venues is the incredible South Farm. South Farm is one of a handful of venues in the UK on my bucket list to photograph at – now living only a few miles down the road feels like It’s meant to be! The Venue is rustic yet romantic with it’s chic yellow painted walls, blue doorframes and climbing red roses. Not to mention the idyllic driveway for golden hour portraits. Glorious gardens surround the venue allowing for a peaceful yet elegant wedding day; the only intruders would be South Farms own animals who may make an appearance! The sustainable ethos is so clear with the venue growing their own herbs and vegetables on site. As a Cambridgeshire Wedding Photographer, I would recommend this venue for its range of backdrops for portraits throughout the day.

The Granary Estate

The Granary Estate has some great suppliers under the belt; including Hall & Co Events who are a wonderful team of catering and props who take care of the weddings at The Granary Estate. The Venue has two separate indoor areas and a courtyard to enjoy the canapés and to even roast marshmallows in the evening. The venue has alot of space for portraits; we were lucky enough to capture this beautiful rainbow during golden hour in my last visit.

You can see more of Laura and Rob’s Granary Estate Wedding Day here.

Emmanuel College

Emmanuel College in the heart of Cambridge is a great location for a city wedding. There is enough green space for outdoor portraits as well as lots of inside locations too. As a Cambridgeshire Wedding Photographer, I’d love to capture a wedding at the University of Cambridge incorporating the architecture and history of the area. The location is perfect for guests staying in the heart of Cambridge and for portraits around the city.

Longstowe Hall

Longstowe Hall is the perfect country garden wedding location for an outdoor wedding, marquee reception and even using the indoor locations throughout your wedding day too. What I love most is the symmetrical colourful garden, perfect for portraits and lots of space for privacy too. Another perk is the solar panel sites installed onsite to boost their eco status. For Cambridgeshire Wedding Photographers this venue is a top choice for it’s quality both inside and outdoors. In addition, there is accommodation on site to continue the celebrations late into the evening.

Rectory Farm

Rectory farm is only a couple of miles from Cambridge which is ideal for those travelling from the city centre. The English garden surrounds the venue with roses, lavender and honeysuckle. The venue provides the perfect spot for an outdoor ceremony and an indoor pavilion for rainier occasions. Above all the venue are flexible with making your day as personal as possible and on one occasion a fairground moved in for the day!

To see real weddings visit my blog, if you’d like to get in touch about me being your Cambridgeshire Wedding Photographer get in touch.