Hyde House is a traditional victorian cotswold house & barn that’s been restored with style. It feels fresh and modern, thanks to the elegant finishes and statement pieces. And provides plenty of opportunities for you to add personal touches. It’s clear from first sight, this is a luxury wedding venue with impeccable attention to detail. It really is the idyllic place for a cotswold wedding.
Hyde House Wedding – Chloe & Liam
Chloe and Liam decided they wanted to book me to photograph their wedding before they’d booked their venue! Which is obviously a massive, massive compliment.
We met through mutual friends Kelly & Steven, and instantly hit it off. I also photographed their wedding, which I think is what sealed the deal, so to speak. They’d seen me in action and seen the final results… No pressure or anything!
One pandemic later and a couple of date changes and it was finally time for them to tie the knot at Hyde House.
The whole day was absolutely perfect. Chloe & Liam have an amazing set of friends and family who welcomed me with open arms. I love it when both people are getting ready in the same location. It means I can flit between the two and capture both sides of the morning. Their ceremony was beautiful. Liam’s reaction nearly had me in tears and Chloe just laughed at him ?
We snuck off a few times, just for 10-15 minutes, to get some photos of Chloe and Liam together. I think it’s important to take some time for yourselves on your wedding day, and this time is a great opportunity for that and to get some extra photos too.
Emotional and hilarious speeches were followed by the most delicious food. Cocktails were served during the evening before they cut the cake of cheese! And once they’d got their first dance out of the way ? The West Coast Heroes got the party started and kept the dance floor jumping!
I had the best day hanging out and partying with these awesome people – here’s a little taster of their day.
Hyde House Wedding Photography
If you’ve chosen Hyde House in Stow on the Wold for your big day then congratulations! Because you’ve made a really smart choice!
You have a couple of choices on where to have your wedding ceremony at Hyde House. You can either get married in The Grange or have an outdoor ceremony under The Arbour – both are absolutely stunning and have plenty of room for all of your guests.
The Grange is a big, bright, oak beamed barn that has large bay windows and farmhouse-style doors that open wide to let the light flood in. It’s neutral styling and colour palette make it easy for you to put your own stamp on it.
If you’d like to say your vows outside in the garden, surrounded by acres of countryside then The Arbour is the place for you.
The Barn, with its double height windows, is the perfect space for your wedding breakfast, speeches and to party the night away with friends and family.
Oh and while I’m talking about wedding breakfasts… I’m not normally a fan of a wedding venue that restricts your choices of suppliers. Particularly when it comes to food and drink. However, when the in-house teams are as good as they are at Hyde House, I don’t know why you’d want to use anyone else anyway! Local produce and quality ingredients are clearly very important to them, and that’s something I can always get behind!
As with every other space at Hyde House, the bedrooms are gorgeous. There are 20 rooms available at Hyde House, 12 in the main house, and 8 in the Coach House. All have been recently refurnished and redecorated. The Bridal Suite became even more luxurious with the addition of a four-poster bed and free standing copper bath.
Congratulations & Thank Yous
I’d like to wish Chloe & Liam a massive, massive congratulations and a say thanks again for choosing me to be part of your wedding day ?
I’d also like to give a shout out to all the other suppliers who helped to make their day so perfect – everyone was an absolute dream to work with!
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