Hedingham Castle is without doubt one of the most romantic wedding venues in England. The 900 year old Norman keep, the stately grandeur of the Georgian House and the landscaped beauty of the gardens, all enclosed within the privacy of the tree lined grounds of the estate, create a magical haven where romance becomes real.
Ceremonies are held within the candlelit majesty of the Banqueting Hall beneath a Norman arch the like of which can not be found, outside the Great Cathedrals, anywhere in Northern Europe. Here, where Kings and Queens once sat in state, there is room for one hundred guests, with thirty more looking down from the Minstrels’ Gallery.
The Castle is now the home of Jason and Demetra Lindsay and their three young children. They live in the Georgian Mansion House next to the keep, which is all that remains of the Norman Castle built 873 years ago, in 1140, by their ancestor Aubrey de Vere II, the first Lord Great Chamberlain of England.
If you are considering a wedding at Hedingham Castle, then please do not hesitate to contact me to discuss your wedding photography requirements.