Bisham Abbey itself is a Grade I listed manor house, named after a monastery that used to be on the same spot. It is situated next to the river Thames. The building has it origins as a community house for the Knights Templar in 1260, the priory being founded in the fourteenth century, and built around it. Later it became part of the divorce settlement between Henry VIII and Anne of Cleves. A spot with a fair bit of history. Of course, as an old building, it has the legend of a ghost. Lady Rissell, however she didn’t join in the celebrations on this occasion!
We were fortunate to have a beautiful September day, a red mustang convertible, and a very happy bride and groom who had contagious smiles, I know this because my face ached by the end of the day, there were so many happy moments to photograph couldn’t help but smile all day!
Venue: Bisham Abbey
Flowers: Floral Occasion
Cake: Lola’s Bakery