Adlington Hall Wedding Photography
Adlington Hall is a stunning Cheshire wedding venue. Not only is the wedding photography stunning at Adlington Hall, but the history is equally as impressive. This venue spans back 700 years and has belonged to the Leghs for just as long. The building has two facades, each interesting and unique. The half-timbered east frontage is in contrast to the red brick of the south front. Due to these exciting twists and turns Adlington Hall offers stunning wedding photography opportunities.
The Hall started life as a Saxon hunting lodge. The building was developed around two great oaks, which still stand today. Since this time there has been development and restoration. Addlington Hall has been lovingly cared for and has stood the test of time as a result. Now this venue is available for couples to enjoy the most special day of their life.
Oasis of tranquility
To the exterior of the property lies the stunning gardens. A proclaimed oasis of tranquility, Adlington Hall gardens are the perfect location to capture amazing wedding photography. The rose garden provides a setting full of romance. Guests will find calming fountains, water cascades and ponds in The Flower Parterre. A huge amount of attention to detail and skill has gone into creating splendid formal gardens.
Intimate or large receptions
For those who want a more intimate reception space, The Hunting Lodge is perfect. The Georgian Mews building makes a charming location for weddings and civil ceremonies. The amazing banqueting suite boasts exquisite original features like the vaulted ceilings. The opportunity for amazing wedding images are endless at Adlington Hall.
Ambience and natural light outdoors
Nothing gets a wedding photographer excited like the promise of an outdoor ceremony. The ambience and gorgeous natural light is a winning combination. At Adlington Hall there are two spaces available for outdoor ceremonies; the courtyard and the rose garden. Both locations are guaranteed to make your Adlington Hall wedding photography a cut above the rest.
Working with light
As the building is of such provenance, the interiors are very detailed and stunning. Often with older buildings, there isn’t as much natural light due to smaller windows. This is not an issue for an experienced photographer who knows how to work with light. When choosing your Adlington Hall wedding photographer, be sure to view featured weddings and discuss where you would like pictures inside.
Beyond Adlington Hall lies the beautiful Cheshire countryside. A wedding at this venue allows photographs beyond the hall itself. For couples who wish to utilise the countryside in their wedding pictures, be sure to have a sit down with your photographer prior. Weddings run to a tight schedule, pre planning with your photographer means you can make the most out of your time together. Sharing a vision for the day with a photographer is a way to guarantee complete satisfaction with your wedding photos. Shane loves to meet his clients in person to discuss the day and get really excited about each individual wedding day. Don’t worry if an appointment in person isn’t feasible we often take Skype appointments.
Dazzling original features
To the interior of the property there are just as many dramatic places for wedding photos. The most iconic part of the Adlington estate is The Great Hall. Completed in 1505, this space offers some of the finest examples of medieval craftsmanship. From the moulded roof arches to the richly decorated murals, Adlington Hall has many original features to dazzle guests.
The Great Hall also boasts the famed Great Organ. A stunning example of the popular 17th century instrument. Tradition links the Great Organ to famous composer Handel. These one of a kind features are part of what makes Adlington Hall such a special wedding venue.