Stubton Hall is a one of the best wedding venues around. This venue guide will tell you why, we’ll talk pricing, capacity, confetti & more.
Goosedale is one of the most popular and well known wedding venues in Nottingham. Read this blog to find out why.
Kelham Hall Weddings is a truly stunning venue for any wedding, from intimate 10 person wedding up to a grand 1000+ guest celebration! This Victorian stately home, which has bags of character is definitely one worth putting on your shortlist! Kelham Hall weddings are a photographer’s dream. From the venue itself, with it’s grand rooms…
Rufford Mill Weddings is a stunning wedding venue in the heart of the Rufford Abbey estate, it really is a stunning location all year round with acres of woodland, lake and parkland as well as Rufford Mill itself which has been lovingly refurbished with a stylish modern interior. As Rufford Mill is one of our favourite Nottingham Wedding venues, we’ve included it in our guide to local wedding venues.
Newstead Abbey is an iconic Nottinghamshire landmark & wedding venue. With a range of ceremony locations, buildings, lakes and parkland. It is a stunning wedding venue.
Colwick Hall Weddings is a stunning country house just 5 miles from the centre of Nottingham. Set on the edge of Colwick Country Park, it truly is a stunning location for a wedding venue. Having been lovingly restored from years of neglect, Colwick Hall is now one of Nottingham’s leading wedding venues. In this guide, we will discuss all the intricate details of planning a wedding here, from pricing and capacity to disability access and accommodation.
The Council House, is another iconic Nottingham wedding venue in the heart of the city. After shooting Chloe & Craig’s wedding there t’s definitely one of our favourite local venues.
Wollaton Hall is an iconic Nottingham wedding venue just 3 miles from the city centre. It’s the perfect spot for a wedding! It’s definitely one of our favourite Nottingham venues.
So, it’s been a couple of months since Charlotte and Dave’s wedding and so I’ve had a chance to recover! It was a wonderful wedding, but quite an eventful one as a photographer. Here is the untold behind the scenes story!
Note: before I start, don’t get me wrong the wedding itself was beautiful and none of what I’m talking about here affected the couple, guests or the photos (other than providing a few laughs and a fair amount of amusement – more on that shortly!)
Back in April, we had the pleasure of photographing the lovely Charlotte and David’s wedding in Liverpool. They married in the gorgeous All Hallows Church, Allerton and they held their reception at the beautiful Palm House, in Sefton Park, a simply stunning venue for a wedding.