Enjoy Grand Architecture And Picturesque Parkland With A Buxted Park Wedding Buxted Park is a Georgian mansion situated on more than 300 acres of grounds and parkland in Ashdown Forest, East Sussex.
The grand Palladian architecture creates the perfect sense of occasion for a wedding, and provides the ideal backdrop for wedding photographs. With a variety of stunning locations both indoors and out, this venue is dream for any East Sussex wedding photographer.
When Tom and Melodie booked me as they’re wedding photographer I was delighted as I had never shot at Buxted Park before. Shooting at a wedding venue for the first time is always a fantastic experience, the imagination starts to run wild! The hotel for those that don’t know is in Uckfield, East Sussex, a beautiful part of the country.
Preparations on the big day started at Buxted Park hotel, Melodie had a beautiful room including amazing chandeliers and huge gold framed mirrors. In addition to this there were some huge windows allowing the daylight to pour into the room. The church service was held at St John the Evangelist, a local church to Buxted Park and only a short drive away.
Awarded four red stars by the AA for its luxurious hotel accommodation, this high-end hotel, also boasts a two rosette restaurant.
During Summer months, wedding ceremonies are conducted on the Coat of Arms lawn, bathed in sunshine, with views across the picturesque parkland.
Wedding breakfasts are held in the Orangery, overlooking formal gardens, then guests are welcome to continue their evening celebrations in the grand Ballroom.
Wedding photographers appreciate the rich variety of locations the venue offers, with opportunities to photograph the bride and groom against the backdrop of the grand stone mansion, or in a more relaxed garden environment.
Ample outdoor space enables guests to spread out and relax, creating spontaneous interactions, and authentic moments for your photographer to capture.
And to make your occasion uniquely special, your wedding is guaranteed to be the only one hosted on that day.