Osterley Park House Delivers Stunning Wedding Backdrop In West London Osterley Park House is one of the last country estates remaining in London. Surrounded by grazing cattle, and stunning gardens, this Georgian building is well hidden from the city, at the end of a tree-lined, sweeping driveway.
The estate, owned by the National Trust, caters for weddings and civil ceremonies in both the imposing entrance hall, and the picturesque Temple of Pan within the formal gardens.
Asian weddings are a speciality of the estate, since the grand architecture and ornate gardens lend themselves to spectacular ceremonies and celebrations.
When booking a wedding at Osterley Park House, look for a London wedding photography service familiar with the venue, and able to offer ideas for backdrops and locations within the grounds.
The grand 18th century Portico entrance frames family and group shots perfectly, and also lends itself to an intimate photograph of the bride and groom climbing the imposing stairs. Within the gardens are lakes, woodlands, and formal gardens, enabling your London wedding photographer to add a rich variety of backgrounds to your wedding album.
Permission for photography on the grounds must be granted by the National Trust beforehand. A small fee is payable per hour, which grants exclusive access to a designated area within the gardens.
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