I was lucky to be invited to shoot Emma and Fran’s wedding at The Royal Agricultural University in the Cotswolds.
It really is the perfect venue for a wedding in the Cotswolds.
They have lots of options for your special day, including a stunning chapel onsite and some historic private reception rooms that are licensed for civil ceremonies.
Should you wish to tie the knot at a private religious ceremony, the picturesque Victorian Chapel, located within the grounds, is fully licensed and available for hire. This can be arranged with the agreement of the resident Chaplain, who is always pleased to meet and discuss formalities with prospective brides and grooms.
If you would prefer a civil ceremony then they have several licensed rooms where your ceremony can take place.
They have the Bathurst dining room, Bathurst lounge and the Kenneth Russell room for you to choose from.
They can cater for all wedding sizes, small or large and the team uses responsibly sourced ingredients with provenance at the heart of what they do. They have several wedding menus to suit all different tastes, however if you have something else in mind then they would be delighted to discuss further options and design a bespoke menu. They can also offer delicious alternatives for anyone who has any dietary requirements.
They also have accommodation on-site which they can offer to wedding guests wishing to stay overnight, please let the team know if you would like this option so that they can check availability for you.
Beautiful weather, amazing friends and a chance landing by royalty in the field right next to the drinks reception. Even with a shouty pilot and shady security services, we still managed a shot in front of the helicopter. Here’s a small selection of shots from a truly great day.