Eynsham Hall Wedding Photography
Photographing weddings at Eynsham Hall
One of Oxfordshire’s greatest country houses, Eynsham Hall was constructed by the wealthy landowner Willoughby Lacey in the 1700s. Lacey chose to create the ultimate estate for entertaining guests and to pursue his favourite outdoor sports. Originally the building was typically Georgian, with mock Greek columns and an ostentatious interior. Eynsham was re-built in the early 1900s by renowned architect Sir Ernest George who specialised in grand Elizabethan style buildings.
The estate includes 3,000 acres of lush parkland in the heart of the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside. Eynsham Hall now offers stately charm without the stuffiness, whilst mixing sumptuous period features with clever contemporary design twists. The Main Hall and staircase are the wow show stoppers as you enter this grand building, and I just adore the warm fabrics and interior design touches they’ve used everywhere throughout this splendid property. Make sure you visit the ‘Gun Room Bar’ at the hotel serving cocktails and champagne, it’s the most funky and colourful room at the hotel – it’s fab for wedding pictures too!
The hotel is just 12 miles from Oxford and on the edge of the Cotswold, so it’s no surprise that this fabulous wedding venue is so popular.
Eynsham Hall is one of those amazing venues that has hundreds of backdrops for your wedding photographs, everywhere you look both inside and outside is truly breath taking. Saying that, I have to say I do love capturing wedding pictures in the Gun Room Bar, the really clever mix of period features, glitz, glamour and lots of bold colour certainly gets my vote of approval!