stansted park wedding

Stansted Park Wedding in Hampshire

A grand wedding setting at Stansted Park

If you’re looking for a fairytale setting which oozes elegance, a Stansted Park wedding could be perfect for you. As a Hampshire photographer, I’m privileged to work in the most beautiful wedding venues, Stansted House definitely fits the bill!

Stansted Park sits in 1800 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and ancient forest, halfway between Chichester and Portsmouth. Being in the heart of the South Downs National Park, the venue undoubtedly offers a breath-taking backdrop for those couples lucky enough to exchange vows there. 

A venue steeped in history

Stansted House has a rich history. In 1983 the 10th Earl of Bessborough gave Stansted Park, his family home, to the public. It has been enjoyed ever since by visitors wishing to experience its elegant interiors, classical architecture and sweeping parklands. All of which can be yours exclusively for your wedding day.

The magnificent Edwardian house offers endless opportunities for your wedding day. Whether you dream of an intimate wedding in Stansted House itself or a large celebration in the grounds, the countryside estate can cater to your wishes. 

Making your wedding dreams a reality

In their own words, the Stansted Park wedding team says: “Whether you dream of a small, intimate gathering in the house itself or a large, lavish celebration for all your family and friends in the grounds, our dedicated team will be with you every step of the way to create a bespoke experience you will treasure forever.”

I hope this article gives you plenty of inspiration for your own Stansted Park wedding. Of course I would love to be a part of it – get in touch here. I can’t wait to hear from you.

Love Chloë 

As a Stansted Park wedding photographer, I love nothing more than working in my home county, Hampshire and capturing romantic, modern images that you’ll love forever. Visit the gallery to see more of my work.

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