Inglewood Manor Wedding -Lucia and Andrew

Lucia and Andrew finally had their Inglewood Manor Wedding on Saturday! It was postponed due to Covid in 2020 and then the night before the wedding Storm Arwen hit and for a minute there was a worry it may be compromised again! This was due to the road leading up to Inglewood Manor being covered in fallen down trees! There was even a tree right outside Inglewood Manor itself that was on the verge of falling! Luckily the trees were cleared that morning and Lucia, Andrew and all of their guests made it to their lovely Inglewood Manor Wedding!! It was worth the wait and the stress that’s for sure!

Lucia looked absolutely stunning. When I walked in and saw her vintage style, grey sequin dress I gasped as I loved it so much! I love a dress that is a bit different. Vicky from Glamorama Make up made sure Lucia was looking fabulous and it’s always a pleasure to work with Vicky!

Inglewood Manor is a charming, Edwardian manor house set in impressive countryside surroundings. It is a venue that is beautifully preserved and full of character. The staff were lovely and it is a perfect venue for a winter wedding.

Lucia and Andrew had a 3pm ceremony that was held by a close friend of theirs which made the ceremony more personal and special. We did a ‘first look’ before the ceremony when Lucia came down the grand stair case in reception. This also gave us a little bit of time before the ceremony to do a few pictures outside. This was a great idea as it gets dark at 4pm this time of year so left us with more time afterwards to do family photos outside.

Congratulations to the wonderful Lucia and Andrew! Here is a sneak preview from their Inglewood Manor Wedding…

Inglewood Manor Wedding

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