Nonsuch Mansion Wedding Photographers
Nonsuch Mansion is built in Tudor Gothic style and bears some resemblance in design to Nonsuch Palace which was started by Henry VIII and situated within the 300 acres of Nonsuch Park. The current building probably stands on the site of the Keeper’s Lodge. Parts of the present mansion date from the 18th century but the greater part, including the south front and the state rooms, were built between 1802 and 1806. The architect was Jeffery Wyatt (later Sir Jeffery Wyattville) who also worked on Windsor Castle. Built within the north porch of the mansion is a block from the original Nonsuch Palace that bears an inscription which means “1543 Henry VIII in the 35th year of His reign.”
The bridal suite and six ground floor rooms as well as the beautiful gardens including a rose arch make a lovely backdrop for photographs.
Jenny and Steve, Wedding Reception at Nonsuch Mansion
“Thank you so much for a real work of art wedding book. It really brought the whole day back to us.
We both are really happy with the results and all the hard work that goes into making the album really has paid off.
To check our availability for your wedding at Nonsuch Mansion please give Sheila a call on 020 8393 1509 or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.sheilaconstable.co.uk
Nonsuch Mansion is our nearest wedding venue so we know it well and enjoy working there. Here are a few images from the many weddings we have photographed there.