The Matara Centre Wedding Photography
The Matara Centre is a beautiful Cotswold wedding venue near Kingscote. It is a stunning space to create your wedding day. Its magical, mystical beauty inspires unique wedding celebrations. It looks gorgeous in all seasons with stunning gardens. The gardens are the centrepiece of the venue. A stone spiral, lakes and a Japanese garden make any wedding spectacular. In the Winter months (or on rainy days) the interior is beautifully decorated. There are small courtyards and interlinked rooms which mean that even on the darkest of days your guests have plenty of room to spread out. There are loads of quirky places for your guests to hang out and interesting areas for us Cotswolds wedding photographers to make beautiful images. The place really comes alive on a summer’s day with many unique garden areas.
There is ample accommodation for family and close friends in the Regency house where you can gather before the wedding day, cook eat and relax and retire back after the day has ended.
Couples that want their wedding to be a little different will love its unique character and eastern flavour.
The Matara Centre is stunningly beautiful, we love it there and we can’t wait to shoot there again.
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Matara is a beautiful place to get married in any season. Andy and Sam were married in June while Dilini and Will had their wedding at Matara in November. As it was a rainy, gloomy Autumn day Will and Dilini stayed in the house. They both got ready in different parts which made it easy for us to get to them both in the morning. Once the boys were ready they headed over to the pub for a pint before the ceremony. Andy on the other hand got ready at home with his groomsmen before heading to Matara. Sam and her bridesmaids stayed in the Hunters lodge. As it was a bright summer’s day Andy and Sam held their wedding ceremony in the Japanese garden with the guests surrounding the pond. Will and Dilini were married in the main hall. We didn’t get to explore the many gardens that day but you wouldn’t notice. It’s such an amazing venue and definitely a favourite of ours.
In the evening Sam and Andy had a cheese tower wedding cake which as you can see was a little challenging to cut. Will and Dilini had their guests line the cloistered garden with sparklers while they cut their wedding cake outside.
Both couples danced the night away in the main hall.