Matt and Sarah held their September wedding at Ingestre Hall, in Staffordshire. It was my first time shooting there and I am definitely a fan! The hall is a huge 16th century mansion in the Staffordshire and sits on lots of acres of land. It is also used as an arts college and the building is really beautiful.
Matt and Sarah wanted a relaxed, informal day with their loved ones. Both art and cycling play a big role in the couples lives and they used this is inspire their decorative choices. The day was glorious! September is one of my favourite months to shoot in because it’s still warm but not uncomfortably warm and the couple were able to spend time drinking and laughing with their friends on the lawn outside Ingestre Hall.
The ceremony was really lovely. It took place in The Yellow Room inside Ingestre Hall. There was lots of tears and laughter – especially when the registrar accidentally called the groom by the best mans name! Matt and Sarah were incredibly easy going and there was definitely a very at relaxed feel to their wedding.
I love shooting these types of weddings because it is all about the couple and their relationships with their loved ones. It’s not particularly about tradition, but it’s about having a really lovely, memorable time. My job is pretty great.
Ingestre Hall weddings take place in a grade II listed, 17th century mansion in Staffordshire. It is grand but informal. It’s is grand but has a home like feel. If you are looking for a wedding venue in Staffordshire, then I would definitely recommend that you give this one a look.
If you are looking for a wedding photographer who loves shooting for relaxed couples and who might make you laugh so hard that you snort, then I would love to hear from you.
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