Five minutes away from Bicester is the Manor at Weston-on-the-Green. It is in the centre of the Cotswolds and has a history reaching back 900 years. It is close to Oxford. The gardens here are noteworthy and are made in such a way as to please all seasons. The manicured and trimmed hedges are truly gorgeous. The Baron’s Hall built with oak panelling in the 11th century is perfect for an unforgettable wedding setting. It even has a Minstrel’s Gallery above from which a string quartet can play enchanting wedding music. The Morning Room which opens out of the Hall creates a sense of openness and is perfect for Wedding Photography in Bicester. The manor has 32 beautifully furnished bedrooms with en suite bathrooms which can be hired for the bridal party. The place is a true reflection of elegant English heritage and any wedding photographer would pounce on the opportunity to shoot in such a location.
Another historic private home turned into a wedding venue is the Poundon House built in the early 19th century. The house built in the Queen Anne style has beautiful views of the countryside. The privacy and seclusion of the place is unbelievable. There are 4 rooms where the wedding and the celebrations can take place. The Dining Room, which can seat 70 people, the Yellow Room, where the couple can sit and the terrace outside can accommodate nearly 200 guests. An even more interesting place which can add romance to Bicester Wedding Photography is the Marquee in the grounds which can hold up to 250 guests and can be used in the summer months.
It is an award winning restaurant and wedding venue set in the quaint village of Chesterton in Oxfordshire. The restaurant which is oak beamed with a great fire place, is picture perfect for an intimate wedding with 60 guests. The Minstrel Gallery adds to the charm. An Oxfordshire Wedding Photographer would find it absolutely delightful for Wedding Photography in venue such as this. The Hotel has a heated marquee adjoin the restaurant which can hold a bigger crowd.
A lovely venue with amazingly friendly staff that will look after your every need. With ground like these, any wedding photographer in Bicester would be happy to shoot here.
The Tythe Barn is a wonderful example of a 14th Century building that oozes with history. With stone walls, thatched roof and rustic interior this is a venue that you would be more than happy to be married in. The venue lends itself beautifully to reportage wedding photography with gorgeous backdrops in every direction.
Bicester has several more wedding venues and depending upon your personal preferences, you can opt any of those, but, however, the venues mentioned above have the aesthetic charm required for perfect, documentary wedding photography.