Paul Johnson is a leading wedding photographer in Surrey based in the South East and has photographed at the Great Fosters Hotel in Surrey for several weddings.
Great Fosters Hotel in Surrey is a grade one listed building with the grandeur of 16th Century England and with luxurious modern facilities. Set in 50 acres of beautiful grounds, this grand hotel is a wonderful location for a wedding. Situated in the heart of the Windsor Forest and located close to Heathrow Airport, the M25 and M4, this hotel is in a perfect location for your wedding guests to enjoy many of London’s leading attractions.
Following is a slide show of Kathryn & Simon’s civil wedding at Great Fosters:
A fine example of Elizabethan architecture, Great Fosters was sympathetically converted into a hotel in the 1930’s. Licensed to hold civil ceremonies and wedding receptions, Great Fosters has plenty of experience to ensure that you achieve your perfect wedding day.
The stunning formal gardens are extensive and beautiful, with fragrant beds of flowers and herbs bordered by manicured hedges. There are many fantastic opportunities to capture amazing wedding photographs of your day in these historic formal gardens. At the centre you will find the Drake sundial which dates back to 1585 and is believed to belong to the immediate family of Sir Francis Drake. The Rose Garden, Secret Garden and Japanese Garden are just a few of the wonderful gardens that capture amazing light and a romantic atmosphere where your Great Fosters wedding photographer will enjoy creating the perfect shots for you. Rising beyond the gardens, the majestic tiered steps of an amphiethere have been carved into the hillside. The opportunities for wedding photographer to get creative at this location both inside the grand building and outside in the stunning gardens, are endless. You may choose to wander further where you will discover a vast lake, a grand lawn and an avenue of lime trees leading you across an enchanting Wisteria draped Japanese bridge where your wedding photographer may choose to take advantage of the reflective light that the vast lake offers.
All the suites and bedrooms are individually decorated, some with four poster beds. Other historic features that can be found are Persian rugs, gilt furnishings, tapestries, antiques and artefacts dating back hundreds of years. Guests are accommodated in three separate buildings. The main house offers a choice of historic suites and bedrooms. The Cloisters which is reached through a courtyard offers contemporary suites and rooms. The Coach House provides more basic accommodation with a choice of double or single rooms.
If you are looking for an experienced photographer to create the perfect wedding photography at the Great Fosters Hotel for your wedding day, Paul Johnson is one of the most experienced wedding photographers Surrey has available and is happy to discuss any ideas and styles you may have for your special day.