Hethfelton House viewed from the air. A drone photo showing the grounds
Brooding clouds after Hethfelton House wedding ceremony

Four seasons in an afternoon at Hethfelton House wedding

A Hidden gem in Dorset where you can support a Charity with your wedding

Lauren and Jonathan waited a long time for their wedding celebration at Hethfelton House, they were caught up in all the postponements due to the pandemic so when it arrived…. they were ready. Not only had they waited for their wedding they’d managed to have children and these two were the perfect parents. When their children needed them the wedding took a back seat, in a good way, I had the most respect for both Lauren and Jonathan.

I had not been to Hethfelton House before and I cannot believe this gem of a venue had escaped me all these years. Part of the charity that runs Monkey World which is just across the road means that you are supporting a worthy cause with your wedding celebration. On this day we had everything a British summer could offer us, cold, warmth, sunshine, downpours and rainbows. Rather than panic these two wonderful humans made the most of it and adapted to the weather to make a truly special Hethfelton House wedding, one I will not forget for many years to come.

two daughters looking at their mum getting ready for her wedding at Hethfelton House wedding
Bride and groom pose for formal photos in walled garden at Hethfelton House wedding
Bride leans on tree trunk at Hethfelton House wedding

Magic moments from the day

everyone has commented on how talented you are and what a great photographer we chose.

Lauren & Jonathan

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