Mulberry House Wedding Photographer
Ellie & Phil
30th March 2019
Another amazing wedding from your Mulberry House Wedding Photographer. Congratulations Ellie and Phil who recently held their wedding at the gorgeous Mulberry House.
In 1767 Mulberry House was built to replace a Tudor House that was situated on the upper and lower lawns. Originally designed to protect the house, the moat still exists to this day in the form of a lake.
The local Squire who lived in the house became the rector of St. Mary’s Church in 1788. Mulberry House remained the Church’s rectory for almost 200 years.
Today though Mulberry House serves a very different purpose. Now a family run boutique hotel Mulberry House is located in the heart of Essex. They have many years of experience delivering some of the finest Essex Weddings. Updated with modern 21st Century additions Mulberry House still retains its Georgian architecture.
The grounds themselves cover an impressive 22 acres and include many mature trees. Some are thought to be as old as 150 years. The Mulberry Tree provides the inspiration for the venues present name. A Wellintonia Fir was planted to commemorate the Battle of Waterloo. Careful tree planting has enhanced the grounds and gardens of Mulberry House making it an ideal backdrop for your Wedding.
And if you’re a wildlife lover Mulberry House also has several nesting Black Swans living on their lake. They are fairly tame and quite cheeky. Ever on the look out for food, the Swans can be found wandering around the gardens. Be careful though as they can be a little “pecky” if you get to close.
Mulberry House Wedding Photographer – Ellie & Phil
It was the perfect day for a wedding. The weather was unusually warm and sunny for the time of year. No one was complaining though. The light reflecting off the trees and grass perfectly complimented the colour scheme.
I don’t think I’ve ever met such a happy, smiley couple. They were laughing and smiling all day long. It was a pleasure to photograph their wedding and I wish them all the very best for the future.