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Richard Patterson Photography Welcome, my name is Richard I've been capturing the special moments of weddings for years. My aim is to make your day so memorable with the photographs I take and the highest bespoke products so you and your family can cherish moments forever! Dear Richard, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts, getting every part of the wedding day and all things we didn't even know that happened.

read more › I believe it is a privilege and an honor to be allowed to be a part of your day. I give you a consultation to go through your options and possibilities of capturing your day in the way you would love. I photograph your day in a documentary style to capture all those candid moments throughout your day normally starting with the bridal preparations right through to the first dance in the evening. I normally take some classical wedding photographs of the bride and groom and group photographs after the ceremony to your main guests altogether.

read more › Originally built in 1732 for Benjamin Hoare, the founder of Hoare Bank in London, Boreham House today is the only independently owned Stately Home in Essex. Boreham House has also been listed by English Heritage as one of the most important buildings in the South East Region. The building itself stayed in the Hoares family until 1785 before going through the hands of several judges and parliamentary members until 1931, when Henry Ford bought it. He purchased Boreham House with the hope of showing people that British agriculture could prosper and make lives easier.

read more › Gosfield Hall is a Grade I listed building near Braintree in Essex. Built in 1545 by Sir John Wenworth, a member of Cardinal Wolsey's Household, the property has seen a lot of royalty in its time. For example, Gosfield Hall hosted royal visits by Queen Elizabeth I and, later, during the French Revolution, it became the home of the future King Louis XVIII and his wife, as well as 350 courtiers and staff! Over time, Gosfield Hall has seen a lot of additions and renovations - the Grand Salon, for example, acting as the state banqueting hall for a long time.

read more › Located half a mile from Hatfield Peverel in Essex, Hatfield Place is a historic Georgian Country House set within fifteen acres of mature parkland. Exclusively yours for the day, amaze your guests on arrival as they approach the venue via a tree-lined driveway and watch as it gives way to a large gravelled sweep in front of this carefully restored home. While there are subtle hints of contemporary elegance inside, these are complemented by the former grandeur of the house itself. This wedding venue effortlessly compliments all weddings and receptions, whether you're looking to hold a large and lavish bash or are seeking a smaller more intimate wedding day.

read more › In 1220, Sir Ralph Gernon founded the first priory that stood on this site for Augustinian priests. Unfortunately, during Henry VIII's reign, the dissolution of the monasteries in 1536 led to its downfall. However, in 1546, Lord Rich of Leigh's (Leez) set about building a Tudor mansion in Essex, and part of it exists as Leez Priory today. In 1735, Guy's Hospital purchased the site and demolished a large part of the mansion. Luckily, some of it still stands, known today as the main house, carriageway, and the Great Tower.

read more › Orsett Hall has risen like a phoenix out of the flames to overcome a sad history. Built in the seventeenth-century, Orsett Hall used to be a grade II listed building. Unfortunately, in 2007, the original house was destroyed in a fire. However, the owners decided to rebuild the Hall in the same style and charm, retaining the same footprint as the original building. Only forty minutes outside of Central London, Orsett Hall is a beautiful hotel, restaurant and spa complex, featuring boutique accommodation, elegant function rooms, a gorgeous Chapel, and friendly, polite staff within.

read more › The Lawn, located in Rochford, Essex, is a beautiful and historic Grade II-listed Georgian manor house licensed for civil ceremonies that exude warmth, comfort and elegance. Set within three acres of landscaped grounds, The Lawn is fortunate to be surrounded by additional acres of rolling woodland and parkland. Upon stepping inside this historic family home, you will be greeted by an imposing Grand Hall. With a grand sweeping staircase to match, a large hanging chandelier, elegant landscapes painting around, and ornate plasterwork, you can impress up to 100 guests in an unforgettable setting, licensed to carry out your wedding ceremony.

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