If you are planning a wedding in the Burnham Slough and Taplow areas do take a look at the Prices, the Photo Galleries, the Videos, and the Albums. This gallery illustrates just one of many venues for you to browse.
Kirsty and Tommy chose the Burnham Beeches Hotel in Burnham near Slough on the border of Buckinghamshire and Berkshire for their wedding ceremony and reception.
The hotel is surrounded by large lawns and landscaped grounds, and inside has lots of interesting photogenic features - so no shortage of good spots for the all important wedding photos with groups of family and friends.
The Burnham Beeches Hotel is close to the M4 M25 M40 and M3 motorways so is easily reached by guests travelling from far and wide. There is lots of secure free parking onsite.
The registrars who conduct marriages at the Burnham Beeches Hotel are from the Beaconsfield Register Office. They are a good crew and always easy to work with for professional photographers and videographers.
Our couple booked a combined photography and video package with the coverage starting with the girls getting ready and finishing a little while after the first dance.
The weather on the day teased us with the threat of rain. It remained overcast but we only had the lightest sprinkling of drizzle in the afternoon and we were able to shoot all the group photos outside.
The front of the Burnham Beeches Hotel is instantly recognisable from its Mediterranean flavour shrubs and trees. Shame we were not to have blue skies as well but hey this is England!
The extensive lawns at the front of the hotel are a terrific spot for drinks after the ceremony:
Detail shots such as the flowers, shoes, and dresses always look great at the start of the wedding album:
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