Osterley Park House Wedding Photographer | Sindu + Pav

When it was built in the 18th century, Osterley Park House was designed to impress, and it is still doing so today. Originally a red brick Tudor house erected in 1576, the house was acquired by the Child family in 1713 and was transformed to become a symbol of their status and wealth. This exquisite stately home is now owned by the National Trust and is one of the last remaining country estates in London. The National Trust spent over six years landscaping the gardens to bring them back to their former glory. The well-managed gardens boast an array of roses, herbaceous borders and vegetable beds. There are fruit trees, butterfly-filled wild meadows and carefully nurtured lawns to be found in this country estate. The tree lined path stretches toward the house to guarantee an impressive entrance for yourself and your guests on this momentous day. The garden houses that once homed plants and flowers for display in the house, are now used to display a variety of flowers planted and nurtured by hard working volunteers throughout the year.

Osterley Park House Wedding Photographer

I was absolutely thrilled when Sindu and Pav selected me as their wedding photographer. They are such a happy couple, and were so excited to be getting married and joining their two families together. They had chosen such an impressive wedding venue, I knew that the whole day was bound to be spectacular and was looking forward to seeing what was in store. With a venue as grand as Osterley Park House, it’s important to capture the imposing grandeur as well as the joy of the day. I love the photograph of Pav strolling into the venue, taken from a distance you can see the huge scale of this impressive entrance, as well as the detailed ceiling and stately columns.

There’s a lovely photo of Sindu, arm in arm with her father, about to walk down the aisle to Pav. The picture itself is beautiful because of the natural colours, grand architecture and the elegance of Sindu’s dress, but I also hope it helps to remind Sindu of how she felt at that moment. She is very close to her father, and he was proud to be giving her away, so I hope this photo is treasured by both Sindu and her father alike. I knew that Sindu was particularly close with her father, so I wanted to capture his face during the ceremony too. There is a lovely photo of Sindu and Pav exchanging rings, and in the background the image is focused on her father’s face. His facial expression is one of pride and emotion, and is just lovely to look at. Sindu and Pav asked me to capture as much of the event as possible, in a natural and unobtrusive way. There are lots of reportage style photos taken of the couple and their guests enjoying drinks in the courtyard, and these images really present what a happy and joyous occasion this was for everyone who knows Sindu and Pav. Sindu and Pav have a lot of close friends, and I tried to capture this in the images, there are lots of photos of the couple laughing with their friends and family. Sindu and Pav also wanted a few posed photographs of them as newlyweds – the ones to frame on the walls of their home, if you will. For these, we ventured out into the beautiful gardens of the estate and took advantage of this beautiful scenery. Some of my favourite photos from this wedding, are the ones taken on the dance floor. As the couple and their guests kicked back and had fun, these photos are filled with bright colours, happy expressions and laughter.

Asian Wedding Photography at Osterley Park House

If you are looking for an Osterley Park House wedding photographer to capture your special day, please get in touch to discuss my availability. I am experienced in producing beautiful Asian wedding photography at Osterley Park House and other venues. Please get in contact to check my availability, and discuss your vision for your wedding photographer, and the type of photos you would like to remember the day.

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