Oh my, what a wedding venue!
We get to see our fair share of wedding venue’s that we all love film to at and Northcote house wedding venue is definitely one of those more exclusive venues.
Northcote house has the appearance of a grand 18th-century neo-Georgian opulent manor house. In fact, it was built in 1931 by the president of the British American tobacco company. A photographer’s dream.
Northcote house has it all, the grand double staircase with its moon dome. The medieval stone carved balcony. High ceilings, grand fireplace. superb gardens and the facade of a classic English country mansion.
Lots of off-camera flash and a really good excuse to get the Fisheye lens out to exploit that staircase.
The civil ceremony wedding of Matthew and Wayne in late April 2017 was going to be a wedding to remember.
I love weddings and with a love for photography, the two go hand in hand. So when I get the chance to film at a classical wedding venue, great!. Even better is when that wedding is a same-sex couple.
Now don’t get me wrong I really enjoy an Lbgt wedding, gay wedding is something else, quirky and unpredictable, all in a good way.
The Bridal prep or in this case Guy’s prep. The struggle to get the Bow ties on (Wayne!). The nervousness of the impending nuptials, not really that much different from a girl and guy wedding. The walk down the grand staircase to the joy of all the family and friends, and a few tears.
The service and then the look of joy that it’s all over and the tension begins to fade (Matthew!).
Northcote Wedding venue really is what wedding dreams are made of. Confetti shot with the boys which appeared to almost blind them, or that could have been the sun, difficult to say which. But anyway it was good.
Speeches with lots of emotion and laughter then it’s party time and boy this lot know how to party and everyone’s up for it. I’m sure Waynes’ brother in law taught Wayne to drink a bottle of wine through a straw, that’s another wedding blog.
Suffice to say Northcote house is one of the best wedding venues I have had the pleasure to film at. I would normally highly recommend Northcote to get married in but sadly Matthew and Wayne’s wedding was one of the last as the venue is due to close on the 10th of May 2017 and turned into a retirement home.