Blenheim Palace has 90 acres of gardens and the the Water Terraces, Rose Garden and Italian Garden are all excellent options for photography. The Water Terraces are perfect for evening drinks and dancing. One of the highlights of a wedding at Blenheim is the buggy ride around the grounds. You are whisked to all the best places for some intimate portraits as well as some romantic, quiet time together.
For weddings up to 250 guests, The Orangery is a good option. you can see some images from Joely and Stuart’s wedding there in this gallery. They were married at a small church a few miles away and came to The Orangery for their wedding reception. The Great Hall is the best option for bigger weddings though. Alternatively, if your wedding is going to more intimate then The Marlborough Room provides a stunning space for a wedding drinks reception or breakfast. It is an ideal environment for up to 60 guests. Blenheim has a dedicated wedding planning team that will be able to help plan your day and help you choose which indoor and outdoor locations would be best for you depending on your plans. Click here for more information.
So, if you have selected the amazing Blenheim Palace for your big day, then let’s chat about your plans. I am an accomplished Blenheim Palace wedding photographer with over 10 years experience and all the intimate knowledge of this special venue and its grounds.