The Grovefield House Hotel Burnham Buckinghamshire is a busy popular wedding venue located close to its well-known neighbour Slough, and easily accessible from the nearby M4 M40 and M25 motorways. There is plenty of free onsite parking and this is secure as entry and exit is controlled through tall electric gates.
To the exterior it has large varied gardens - seven acres no less - and there are lots of alternative backdrops for the must have posed photos with friends and families. Inside the hotel has a cosy bar and several function rooms available for weddings.
The registrars who conduct wedding ceremonies at the Grovefield House Hotel are from the nearby Beaconsfield office. They are easy to work with for professional photographers and videographers and so it is possible to shoot a full record of your ceremony in both photo and video formats.
The first photo below shows the view of the Grovefield House Hotel from its gardens:
Many couples choose to have their marriage ceremony at a local church followed by their reception at the Grovefield House Hotel. The next set of photos shows a wedding at the busy St Peters Church Burnham, which Peter has shot many times. Another frequent choice of churches is St Nicolas Church Slough which again Peter has shot many times. The Taplow church has regular celebrity weddings.
This couple chose St Francis of Assisi Church in High Wycombe:
Civil wedding ceremonies are of course very welcome at the hotel:
Some of the posed portrait and group photos for the next couple were shot in the evening just as the natural daylight was failing so some flashguns were needed:
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