Ravenswood Wedding | Hayley & Richard

Loads of confetti


In an ideal world, we would  live at The Ravenswood. Seriously. We’d move in tomorrow if they’d let us. A 15th century manor house with 20 acres of dreamy, picturesque gardens, lawns and lakes… What’s not to covet? There’s a fairly good chance it’s never going to happen though, so we content ourselves with shooting lots of achingly beautiful weddings there, instead.

Hayley & Richard are a great couple, whose wedding day overflowed with happiness.

Their simple, moving ceremony took place at St Nicholas Church in Worth. The church is tucked away down a tree-lined lane, and is thought to be the fourth oldest church in the country, which gave the day a real fairytale feel.

Afterwards, they sped off to their reception in fabulous style (we are completely in love with their vintage Vauxhall Cresta).  A chilly but romantic stroll around the grounds of The Ravenswood followed by lots of laughs with their lovely family and friends completed their simply magical wedding day. Here are a few of our favourite shots…


Wedding dress bought in HorshamWhite bridal shoes with jewelled detailGetting ready with your bridesmaids

Wedding ceremony at Crawley ChurchBridesmaids in fur stoles and pink dressesRose bouquets

Groomsmen waiting outside the churchWhite rose buttonholBridesmaids wait for bride to arriveFather of the bride

Ceremony at Worth ChurchCouple enjoy their wedding ceremonyGroom puts ring onto brides fingerYou may now kiss the bride

Couple walk up the aisle togetherConfetti at Worth ChurchHappy couple kiss under the lychgate

Wedding photography at the ravenswood hotelJust marriedWeddings at The Ravenswood

Couple portraitWedding photography at the ravenswood hotel

Group shots by Dennison Studios Photography

Bridal party walk togetherRomantic photograph by the lake at the Ravenswood

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