Walled Garden at Cowdray | Sussex Wedding Photographers
West Sussex Wedding Venue – Walled Garden at Cowdray
Cowdray Walled Garden Wedding Photography. If you’re planning a wedding in West Sussex, the Walled Garden at Cowdray in Midhurst is a fantastic choice. This charming and historic venue is set amidst the breathtaking beauty of the South Downs. Together with Cowdray House, which is equally remarkable for weddings, it forms an integral part of the Cowdray Estate. The Walled Garden at Cowdray has both indoor and outdoor ceremony options and the breathtaking next door Cowdray ruins add to the charm.
The Walled Garden, dating back to 1550, was initially a Tudor Pleasure Garden and has since been lovingly restored by Jan Howard between 2001 and 2005. With a capacity of up to 130 guests for a standing reception, Cowdray Walled Garden provides an intimate and charming setting for your special da
The Walled Garden Cowdray Wedding of Lizzie & Dan
Lizzie and Dan’s wedding at The Walled Garden Cowdray was a truly heartwarming day. The beautiful indoor ceremony set the stage for all the emotions to flow. Before the ceremony, there was a touching first look between Lizzie and her father, and a tear was shed, showing the depth of their love. As Lizzie walked up the aisle, her hands were trembling with emotion, making it a truly heartfelt moment.The registrars were incredibly accommodating, ensuring there was plenty of space for me to capture all the special moments and take photos with the elegant decor as the backdrop.
The Wedding Ceremony
“Gabi was the ideal wedding photographer for us. We didn’t notice her during the ceremony but somehow she took so many great photos from different angles and caught all of the moments. We are not great at having our photo taken, but we arranged a practice engagement shoot with Gabi and she managed to capture beautiful and natural pictures of us on our wedding day. Her photos have such a bright and positive feeling which really reflects her personality!” Lizzie & Dan
Weddings at Cowdray, Midhurst
COUPLE PORTRAITS AT COWDRAY RUINS
Later, while the guests enjoyed drinks and the beautiful weather in the blossoming walled gardens, we took a walk to the Cowdray ruins for some couple portraits. It was a magical moment, with the sun shining down on the gardens, creating beautiful memories that will be cherished forever.
These Cowdray ruins are the remains of Cowdray House, a magnificent Tudor mansion that was tragically destroyed by fire in 1793. Today, the Cowdray Ruins stand as a captivating reminder of the past, offering a stunning backdrop for various events, including weddings and photo shoots.
Cowdray Walled Garden Wedding Photographer
I’m a Sussex wedding photographer, based in Worthing capturing stories across the South East of England, Surrey, Hampshire and London. My style is all about capturing real moments and emotions, creating images that will make you laugh, cry tears of joy or fill your heart with love all over again.
So if you’re looking for a wedding photographer for your wedding at Cowdray, please get in touch, I would love to hear from you!