In the daytime you can wander the immaculate gardens to get some gorgeous wedding photos in amongst the greenery, and by night the whole venue is tastefully lit so you can get some amazing wedding pictures at the front, by the rotunda, and even in the garden in the back.
Curzon Hall also features a grand staircase indoors which lends itself to very romantic, dramatic photos (not to mention the wet-weather convenience). We often grab our couples at some point during the reception for 10 minutes of night photos which are perfect for the last few spreads of their wedding book.
It’s a super versatile venue in terms of guest numbers; we’ve photographed intimate civil ceremonies, Buddhist/Poruwa weddings and large Hindu weddings there. It’s original stone facade is also perfectly complemented by classic cars like Rolls Royces and Jaguars.
Curzon Hall has several rooms of varying sizes and can cater from smaller parties to very large groups (such as cultural weddings – Indian, Lebanese and so on). We have photographed weddings pretty much everywhere at Curzon Hall:
- the gazebo at the front
- the eternal garden at the back
- inside at Lady Mary’s Pavilion
- in the enchanted garden to the right of the main castle
- in the Banquet Room
Here are some of my favourite wedding photos we’ve taken at Curzon Hall.