Thornbridge Hall Wedding Photography
Within 100 acres of iddlic parkland in the Peak District lies Thornbridge Hall. Grade II listed the country house carries with it a long history dating back as far as the 12 century. A fantastic example of a British historical estate. The feature which Thornbridge Hall is most proud of is the gardens. A wedding photographers dream, the gardens are expansive and incredibly well maintained. A short stroll anywhere around Thornbridge Hall one will stumble across beautiful locations for wedding photographs.
Large windows and natural light
Aside form the delightful gardens Thornbridge Hall has so much to offer. The carriage house is wonderful place for the wedding breakfast. With huge floor to ceiling windows the room looks out onto the charming brick lined courtyard. Large windows are such an important feature for any room where important photos are taken. Photographing the speeches in dark rooms using harsh artificial lighting doesn’t produce the best images. An experienced photographer will be able to make low light situations work, but you still can’t beat natural light. At Thornbridge Hall there is plenty of light to make wedding photos amazing.
Wedding ceremonies in the Great Hall
Perhaps one of the most elegant rooms on offer at Thornbridge Hall is the Great Hall. A wonderful place for a ceremony or reception. The room is vast with high ceilings. A minstrel gallery gives wedding photographers a vantage point from which to take pictures. Couples choosing to have large weddings often hire a second photographer so that no moment is missed. This is perfect for wedding ceremonies in the Great Hall. Images of the bride descending the aisle from an aerial viewpoint as well as more traditional angles looks wonderful in a wedding album.
Natural wedding photos
Natural wedding photos are the perfect accompaniment to a wedding at Thornbridge Hall. The grand setting is a gorgeous background both indoors and outside. Weddings in the winter months are just as stunning as those in the summer. Each room inside the property has been beautifully curated for to reflect the glamour of times gone by. It would be difficult not to be enthralled by the romance and charm of the hall.