Asian Weddings at De Vere Wokefield Park

Wokefield Park, is a stunning venue for your Asian wedding, set in the heart of Berkshire. With its beautiful lawns, gardens, picturesque lake and 250 acres of parkland, Wokefield Park, has a special feel of romance for your wedding day. The Mansion House, built in the 18th century, has been restored to retain its original character and its interiors feature lavish fabrics and period detailing. The Mansion House, has a choice of 4 spaces, ranging from 60 to 350 guests, all the rooms have an elegant country charm, that will add character to your special day. De Vere Wokefield Park, offers a beautiful backdrop for your special day and can hold large celebrations so you don’t have to cut down on your guest list. The luxury suites, are perfect for bridal preparations and even creating stunning wedding portraits. This venue is an Asian wedding photographers dream, with plenty of grounds for beautiful wedding photographs, Wokefield Park, is perfect for your guests to relax and for you to enjoy your wedding day. If you are considering a wedding at De Vere Wokefield Park for our Asian Wedding, then please do not hesitate to contact me to discuss your asian wedding photography requirements.

The perfect backdrop for your big day

History and heritage is what sets De Vere Wokefield Estate from other wedding venues as well as the period features, picturesque gardens and of course the Mansion House. Built in the 17th Century, De Vere Wokefield Estate has welcomed plenty of distinguished guests into its surroundings. The Mansion House has had a transformation too, still retaining its elegant features such as flutter columns, dramatic ceilings and fireplaces blended in with a modern contemporary design, creating a luxurious space for your big day. The exterior is also beautiful, with plenty of parkland to discover, a gorgeous lake and manicured lawns, De Vere Wokefield Estate really is the perfect backdrop for your wedding day. 

There are three main suites for your wedding which have all been recently refurbished. The Terrace suite is perfect for larger weddings with up to 200 guests, with its own private terrace and views across the gardens and the lake. The Lincoln Suite is bright and airy, a photographers dream to shoot in, and can hold up to 120 guests for your ceremony. Its surrounded by amazing views of the grounds and the lake too, which you can take advantage of for your wedding photos. Finally The Palmer Suite, is filled with character and charm, and is great for intimate ceremonies for up to 60 people. 

Out and about in Reading

There is also plenty to do near De Vere Wokefield Estate. You can follow the Thames Path, and the visit the villages that lie alongside it, with plenty of tea-rooms and coffee shops. Reading Abbey is another famous attraction which once was a section of Jane Austen’s boarding school and a jail that held Oscar Wilde once upon a time. There’s plenty to do right around the corner from De Vere Wokefield Estate, so you and your guests can relax for a few days before or after the wedding and unwind. 

My Natural Photography Style at Asian Weddings

Every wedding is unique, from the bride and groom to the guests and the music. So a formulaic approach to your photography can never really do justice to what makes you and your day special.

I believe passionately that it’s my job to capture those differences, those unique moments, because they are the things that will mean the most and connect you with your day in years to come. I love creating images that blow couples away but it starts before I’ve even picked up the camera. By making sure you feel relaxed, and that I understand your personalities and relationship, I can get closer and reveal so much more. 

Asian weddings tend to be very colourful compared to Western weddings, but they also last longer too. In order to honour the coming together of two families, plenty of time is devoted to that process of getting to know each other. There are a lot of people to meet, and when you’re going to arrive as strangers and leave as family, that’s not something you want to rush. It all helps to make sure the relationship gets off to the best possible start, plus it’s great news for me. I love watching people chatting and capturing the little – or not so little – exchanges that happen between them at unexpected moments. 

My approach at all weddings is much like journalism. By trying to document the event without imposing on it, I can capture more authentic moments, without distracting – or annoying – you or your guests. A bit of posing is always required, of course. Portraits done on the fly don’t look very good! But I want you to be able to enjoy your Indian wedding and soak up every minute of it. There’s a lot going on and a lot to think about. So the less I take you away from your special occasion and special people, the better.

 

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About De Vere Wokefield Estate

De Vere Wokefield Estate is set in Berkshire amongst 250 acres of parkland with its history engraved in the various features you see throughout the mansion house. A Long sweeping drive, a picturesque lake and manicured gardens along with the elegant Victorian Mansion House is that the heart of De Vere Wokefield Estate in Reading. The estate has been transformed into 3 different venues, Wokefield Place, Wellington Lodge and the historic Mansion House. The Mansion House has also had a recent transformation along with the Terrace Suite, where I’ve photographed weddings on several occasions. 

The perfect backdrop for your big day

History and heritage is what sets De Vere Wokefield Estate from other wedding venues as well as the period features, picturesque gardens and of course the Mansion House. Built in the 17th Century, De Vere Wokefield Estate has welcomed plenty of distinguished guests into its surroundings. The Mansion House has had a transformation too, still retaining its elegant features such as flutter columns, dramatic ceilings and fireplaces blended in with a modern contemporary design, creating a luxurious space for your big day. The exterior is also beautiful, with plenty of parkland to discover, a gorgeous lake and manicured lawns, De Vere Wokefield Estate really is the perfect backdrop for your wedding day. 

There are three main suites for your wedding which have all been recently refurbished. The Terrace suite is perfect for larger weddings with up to 200 guests, with its own private terrace and views across the gardens and the lake. The Lincoln Suite is bright and airy, a photographers dream to shoot in, and can hold up to 120 guests for your ceremony. Its surrounded by amazing views of the grounds and the lake too, which you can take advantage of for your wedding photos. Finally The Palmer Suite, is filled with character and charm, and is great for intimate ceremonies for up to 60 people. 

Out and about in Reading

There is also plenty to do near De Vere Wokefield Estate. You can follow the Thames Path, and the visit the villages that lie alongside it, with plenty of tea-rooms and coffee shops. Reading Abbey is another famous attraction which once was a section of Jane Austen’s boarding school and a jail that held Oscar Wilde once upon a time. There’s plenty to do right around the corner from De Vere Wokefield Estate, so you and your guests can relax for a few days before or after the wedding and unwind. 

My Natural Photography Style at Asian Weddings

Every wedding is unique, from the bride and groom to the guests and the music. So a formulaic approach to your photography can never really do justice to what makes you and your day special.

I believe passionately that it’s my job to capture those differences, those unique moments, because they are the things that will mean the most and connect you with your day in years to come. I love creating images that blow couples away but it starts before I’ve even picked up the camera. By making sure you feel relaxed, and that I understand your personalities and relationship, I can get closer and reveal so much more. 

Asian weddings tend to be very colourful compared to Western weddings, but they also last longer too. In order to honour the coming together of two families, plenty of time is devoted to that process of getting to know each other. There are a lot of people to meet, and when you’re going to arrive as strangers and leave as family, that’s not something you want to rush. It all helps to make sure the relationship gets off to the best possible start, plus it’s great news for me. I love watching people chatting and capturing the little – or not so little – exchanges that happen between them at unexpected moments. 

My approach at all weddings is much like journalism. By trying to document the event without imposing on it, I can capture more authentic moments, without distracting – or annoying – you or your guests. A bit of posing is always required, of course. Portraits done on the fly don’t look very good! But I want you to be able to enjoy your Indian wedding and soak up every minute of it. There’s a lot going on and a lot to think about. So the less I take you away from your special occasion and special people, the better.