Nonsuch Mansion Wedding Photography | Heather & Al
So you’re looking for some wedding inspiration right? Got it. Well, I think I might have the very thing for you right here! Heather & Al got married back in Aug 2021 at St. Paul’s Church, Howell Hill… before heading down the road to Nonsuch Mansion in Cheam, Surrey.
The style was the fabulous 1920s and “vintage” was certainly the word of the day. Right from the moment Heather began her preparations in the morning, the day oozed (love that word) class. Just check out the champagne flutes below! Nonsuch Mansion provided such a great backdrop to the theme, the interior design was absolutely perfect and the acoustics really assisted the vintage Jazz band during the cocktail reception. Oh yeah, Heather even sang with the band as a surprise for Al… and everyone else for that matter.
Nonsuch really is a great place to get married, everything was so easy and effortless there. The staff were very caring and helpful, the bride had her own suite on standby for the entire day if she (or anyone else) wished to freshen up.
Although the Mansion House is within Nonsuch Park, the grounds were closed off and you really got a sense of having all three hundred acres of what was once Henry VIII’s hunting grounds, all to yourself. As soon as you step outside, you’re met with some beautifully landscaped scenery and the French style garden was perfect for some sneaky portraits.
The evening’s entertainment came in the way of a traditional Cèilidh – which was so great! Honestly, it was such an amazing wedding and I think Heather & Al got it spot on with all their decisions and ideas. I’d say that Nonsuch Mansion is a wonderful wedding venue, as well as a practical place to get married – great parking, very welcoming and I found them very accommodating if we ever needed any help.
If you’re getting married and are looking for a venue that’ll look after you in style… you better check this place out ;-)
If you like the photos and would like to chat to me about your wedding plans, do get in touch!