Sarah and Matt are geting married in May in a beautiful church in Windsor then onto a proper Island in the middle of the Thames in Bray for their wedding reception. Literally the only way on and off is by boat!!
Queen’s Eyot is a secluded four acre island on the Thames, a few miles upstream from Windsor. The island is accessed by its own private ferry so it is a perfect and unusual venue for both corporate and private hire.The island has been owned by Eton College since 1923, and has a beautiful clubhouse built in a classical style from cedar and pine, decorated throughout with memorabilia from the College’s illustrious rowing history. The word Eyot (pronounced ‘eight’) is old English and means ‘a small island’ and is used almost exclusively to describe islands on the Thames.The clubhouse is surrounded by extensive, well tended lawns and mature trees and has views of passing boats and wildlife on the river.
Despite a minor hurricane on the day we got some lovely shots over on the island and I’m really looking forward to shooting their wedding in a few weeks there. Here are a few of my picks from the shoot we did.
Take a look at this Oxford wedding at St Barnabus Church and Rhodes House. Christie and Geoff decided to have their wedding in Oxford where they met.