Great Fosters was the London seat of Sir John Dodderidge (1555–1628), a judge of the King’s Bench and formerly Solicitor General to King James I. He had been brought up in Barnstaple, in North Devon, and purchased the estate of Bremridge near South Molton, Devon, as his country estate. After being sold several times over the past 300 years or so it eventually became a hotel and now hosts wedding and conferences in the converted stable blocks.
I’ve shot several weddings at Great Fosters over the last few years and it’s an absolutely fabulous place to shoot. You can see two of those weddings below, one shot in Summer and one in Winter, proving that it’s a beautiful and exciting all year round wedding venue.
Emma and Adam’s summer wedding at Great Fosters was stunning with amazing weather, topped of buy a lovely golden hour shoot. Please feel free to browse their Great Fosters wedding.
Joanna and Chris’ gorgeous Winter wedding at Great Fosters. This wedding was absolutely gorgeous, with a low key vibe and 99% documentary photography. Please take a look at their lovely Great Fosters Winter wedding.