Are you looking for a Luton Hoo Wedding Photographer? If yes, you came to the right place. I am Adam, a Wedding Photographer based in London. Welcome to my Conservatory Luton Hoo Walled Garden Wedding Photography page, please feel free to scroll down the photos of Michal and Osher taken at this amazing wedding venue in Bedfordshire.

The Conservatory and Walled Garden at Luton Hoo is an enchanting wedding venue where you can get married amidst the flowers and foliage at Luton Hoo. The 1000-acre grounds of Luton Hoo boast a picturesque mix of formal garden perfection and untamed wilderness.

The Conservatory boasts glazed windows overlooking the gardens so you can admire the view as you celebrate your big day. In addition, the venue has a starlight ceiling allowing you to share your first dance under a scattering of stars. It is the perfect setting for nature lovers and the ideal venue for people who know how to throw a party. As you can see from the photos, Michal and Osher are both. Their wedding day was a beautiful celebration of their love and the years to come.

The moving wedding ceremony took place under a beautiful white chuppah in the idyllic walled garden. The happy couple looked besotted with each other and wildly happy as their family watched them tie the knot. The gorgeous ceremony featured many cultural traditions, including breaking the glass, an important ritual for a Jewish weddings.

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Wedding Photos of Michal and Osher at The Conservatory at Luton hoo Walled Garden

The gardens were in bloom, and the vibrant colours of the plants and shrubs made the perfect background for some romantic wedding photos. There are some dreamy shots of Michal and Osher sharing a private moment, with the reds, pinks and whites of the flowers providing pops of colour in the background. Michal and Osher look so in love as they wander amongst the grounds, the train of Michal’s beautiful lace wedding dress trailing across the lawn as they go.

The dancefloor was fun the entire night, with guests laughing and dancing together long into the night. The dancefloor was awash with colour, from the bright hues of the club lighting to the vibrant colours of the guests’ clothes. From the raucous laughter to the traditional Hora, the dancefloor was non-stop fun from start to finish, with the guests celebrating in style.

Magic Hour Wedding Photos at Luton Hoo

As the sky grew dark, I took Michal and Osher for a walk around the grounds. With all the guests still celebrating inside, it felt like we were the only people for miles around. Then, finally, the last of the day’s sun shone upon the grass, picking out golden flecks of straw as the newlyweds gazed romantically at each other by a deserted road shadowed by the ancient trees. This photo is one of my favourites, and I think it perfectly captures the romance and love of their special day. A wedding may be filled with people, but it’s really about the couple at the heart of it.