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Lavenham Swan Wedding Venue

For a quintessentially English wedding the Swan at Lavenham is the perfect choice. Sat in the heart of the medieval Suffolk village used as the backdrop for scenes from the Harry Potter films and final episode of BBC drama Lovejoy, the Swan boasts its own star quality. Beautiful oak beams and inglenook fireplaces offer charming character for wedding pictures and the courtyard is perfect for intimate couple portraits. Relaxed, candid photography is my signature style and the quirks of the 15th century rooms at the Swan mean I am able to keep out of the way while capturing the important moments of the day. The stunning exterior and historic lanes surrounding the hotel capture my imagination and make unique backdrops for special wedding photos. After more than a decade photographing weddings I know the importance of having a brilliant team to make sure the day goes smoothly and the Swan has just that. It is a pleasure to work with everyone at the Swan and I know they all go the extra mile for all their brides and grooms.

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