In terms of an endorsement of a venue then I don’t think you can beat the lovely Lauren joining the events team at Lillibrooke Manor after her wedding!

There are so many things I love about this wedding but I’m going to start with the most important and that is the the lovely Lauren and Dave – from the minute I met them they just exude love for each other. For proof scroll down and check out images from the ceremony and the portraits.

Second up is the ceremony space – the large full width windows give so much lovely natural light, even on a dark and grey day, and the space looked even better for a beautiful floral arch.

Then there is the weather – it was at times pretty wet and the wind was wild, so much so I swallowed a fist full of confetti (note to never stand downwind of a confetti toss). But it created an incredible atmosphere and the night portraits in the rain are epic. For those worried about rain on their own wedding day then Lauren and the team at Lillibrooke Manor have produced this handy guide to what to do if it rains on your wedding day.

With that all said and done be sure to scroll down and immerse yourself in a brilliant day…

NEWSFLASH: Since Lauren & Dave’s wedding the events team at Heritage Venues have now taken on the management of Stanlake Park Vineyard in Berkshire. If you’d like to see how you can have a Provence-style wedding within a short drive of London then hit the link!


Richard Murgatroyd is a Wimbledon-based London, UK and destination wedding photographer bringing a natural, documentary approach to telling the story of your special day. You can see a wider selection of Richard’s wedding portfolio here.

Documentary Wedding Photography at Lillibrooke Manor by Lillibrooke Manor Wedding Photographer Berkshire Richard Murgatroyd



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