Manor Gatehouse Dartford Wedding
Today we would like to invite you to Laura and Mike wedding in Manor Gatehouse Dartford.
Fantastic weather, lovely and warm couple and lots of emotions in the premises of the stunning Manor Gatehouse in Dartford would be truly inspiring for an every wedding photographer.
Laura and Mike are a perfect couple, who truly love each other and is not afraid to show it.
Their reception was very small but absolutely stunning. The table setting and wildflowers were perfect. We love to shoot wedding details and on their wedding, we had the opportunity to find many of them.
Short description of the wedding venue for the brides to be:
Manor Gatehouse is a historic venue built by Henry the VIII. The construction started in 1541 and was finished 1544. Manor House was given as a part of divorce deal to Anne of Cleves. Originally the building was much larger and current registry office is located in Gatehouse that remained untouched.
The Manor Gatehouse Dartford is surrounded by beautiful garden with lovely wooden benches and some sculptures. The front facade of the Manor Gatehouse is a perfect backdrop for the wedding group shots. There is a maze in front of the building with some flowers. On the back of the building, there is more intimate space for the wedding photographs, unfortunately, on the wedding day it was closed and we couldn’t use it for our wedding photographs. The garden on the front is also very beautiful and we capture some really lovely group shots over there. The staff at Manor Gatehouse Dartford was very nice and helpful and made our life as wedding photographers much easier. We need to warn you that the car park space is quite limited, so not many guests will be able to park there. There is a much larger free car park just down the road, around 200 yards from the Manor Gatehouse Dartford entrance.
We have photographed in many impressive venues like Shangri-la Hotel The Shard Wedding but we think the venues like this are best for English wedding.
Kindly please enjoy the photos!