THE COUPLE & THE VISIT TO THE VENUE
Rachel and James are fun, really fun. That day they wanted to show me their venue as it is quite different. So, we met a couple of hours before the engagement session to visit the gorgeous Horsley Estate (formerly known as Horsley Park). I don't know how to describe the venue... it's got acres of grounds with horses, a big lake and that tower... it's simply stunning.
Built in 1820, the core of the Towers was designed by Charles Barry, better known for creating the Houses of Parliament. And I think the best part of getting married there is that the venue has a lot of different and charming spaces. Actually, that's mainly what we did, discover the insides of the venue. Long hallways, impressive high ceiling and full of character rooms and even a small chapel. I think is gonna be better if you have a look at the following slideshow because I need to tell you about the lovely engagement that we had at Virginia Water and also because I will talk more about the venue after the wedding 😜.
A ROMANTIC SUNSET AT VIRGINIA WATER LAKE
My first time at Virginia Water... I know, I know... many people had told me: -You have to go and see it, it's really beautiful- but I was busy! Anyway, what a better way to see a beautiful place for the first time than during an engagement session and a sunset?
Quite challenging though, because it was a Sunday and even I think it was bank holiday on Monday... so you can imagine, Virginia Water was packed.
The place is stunning, a huge lake, lots of vegetation and definitely a place to have a long walk and relax. The engagement session went really well, Rachel & James were really relaxed and they definitely had fun. Actually, time flew and before we noticed it was quite dark!
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