Marie and Gordon’s Syon Park wedding
I knew straight away that I’d get on well with Marie and Gordon when she sent me this email about her Syon Park wedding ‘Syon House is obviously a pretty grand venue so we want to keep it non-poncey. Lots of green, using the natural light and environment. We’re both very laid back and want to have a fun day with friends and family above everything else.’ Syon Park is indeed a grand venue, but that’s not to say it’s stuffy or overly formal. There are elements of formality, but it’s carried off in a an elegant and effortless way making it a memorable venue for a London wedding photographer.
Marie and Gordon’s Syon Park wedding was a relaxed and fun filled gathering of friends and family from all over the world. It made full use of all of the stunning rooms available at Syon Park from the grandeur of Syon House for the ceremony to the Great Conservatory for the dinner and dancing. Syon Park looks fabulous without any decoration but Liz at Blue Sky Flowers transformed the venue with her stunning flower arrangements and Marie’s bouquet was a thing of beauty! Check out some of the pictures below, I can highly recommend her work.
Marie and Gordon most definitely got their wish for their Syon Park wedding. The venue looked stunning and their friends and family all enjoyed a laid back wedding that was great fun. The day also ran extremely smoothly thanks to the great staff at Syon Park and also the calm and professional work of their wedding planner Holly at Revelry Events who made the day flow perfectly.
Gordon and I have now basked in all the photos – they’re wonderful :) Thank you!
If you’re having a Syon Park wedding I’d love to hear from you, drop me a line via my contact form and we can go from there. As a London wedding photographer I’ve shot weddings all over the city and Europe, so whatever your venue, I’m fairly sure I’ve shot in similar venues. For a comprehensive look through previous weddings, check out my blog. I also have a page dedicated to weddings in France which have been become a regular feature of my working year.