Odney Club Wedding Photography

Photographing weddings at the Odney Club

The Odney Club is owned by the John Lewis Partnership, and available as holiday accommodation for its staff. They can also host staff weddings in the lovely new extension.

Lillebrooke Manor, as it was known previously, was once occupied by Colonel Ricardo in the early 1900s. This larger than life Cookham resident was reputedly Kenneth Graham’s inspiration for ‘Toad’ in Wind of The Willows. This grand mid 18th Century house sits majestically on the River Thames in Cookham, and the colourful gardens are breath taking for visitors to explore too.

As a wedding venue, the staff of the John Lewis Partnership couldn’t ask for a more fabulous setting than the Odney Club, the picture taking opportunities are plentiful. The riverside gardens are so well maintained, and the huge wide perennial flower avenue is a must for wedding photography. The staff are helpful too, as the estate is so big they can arrange a golf buggy to travel between the various backdrops on the day. On a scorching hot summers day, this is quite the treat to scoot between locations.

If you’d like to discuss your Odney Club wedding photography requirements, I’d love to hear from you.